African Elephant herd walking to the lake in Amboselli National Reserve, Kenya
Baby elephant playing with trunk
The trunk of the elephant is a very flexible elongated nose adapted to be used as a 'hand', with an excellent sense of smell. Here it is seen how flexible it can become.
African elephants play fighting.
Elephant herd walking
Elephant herd walking out of the forest to the marsh
Elephant raising its trunk
Elephant raising its trunk.
feet of a walking elephant
Elephant baby playing besides mother
Elephants having a dust bath
African Elephants leaving the forest for the marsh.
African Elephant scratching its ear with trunk.
Young African elephants play fighting in Masai Mara.
Baby Elephant following the herd on the plains
Elephant herd walking to the river to drink water.
Thirsty Elwphant herd
The herd comes out of the forest to the river bank. Hippos take little notice of the herd.
Elephant herd drinking from river
Elephant herd drinking water from river with hippos basking in the sun.
Elephant herd drinking water from river with hippos basking in the sun
Elephants waiting for the baby to wake up.
Adult Elephants waiting patiently for the sleeping baby to wake up before going to drink river water.
Hippos watching African Elephants drinking
African Elephants drinking from the river
African Elephant and baboons
African Elephants having a bath in the river
African Elephants having a bath in Mara River.
African Elephants crossing the river
Elephants enjoying a dust bath
After a swim in the river, the elephant hers enjoys a dust bath.
African Elephant charging at a baboon
Elephants are enjoying a dust bath when a babbon stops to look at them. The leader gets mad and charges. The baboon scampers for safety.