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Tag Archives: elephants
The sheer power and grace of elephants is difficult to convey. When they come in from the bush to drink water, and roll around in the mud, they absolutely dominate the scene, and other animals wait patiently until they’ve had … Continue reading
Along the southern fringes of Etosha National Park, Namibia’s flagship park, are scattered a handful of camps and watering holes. The oldest of these is Okaukuejo, 18 km from Anderson gate in the southwest corner of the park. At Okaukuejo, … Continue reading
Driving around Etosha National Park early one morning, we came across 3 old bull elephants, just standing still among the thorn bushes and grass: Our guide explained to us that elephants are matriarchal (the females run things) and when the … Continue reading