For the Love of Birds Series Two
Africa on White
For the Love of Birds Series One
African Elephant and Car face off
African elephants (Loxodonta africana), also known as African bush elephants or African savanna elephants, are the largest living land mammal. African elephants have a large head, large ears, and a long muscular trunk. The two front incisors of African elephants grow into large tusks that curve forward. Tusks are present in both male and female African elephants. The African elephant's trunk has two fingerlike outgrowths, one at the top edge of the tip and another on the bottom edge. These outgrowths, also called proboscides, enable the elephant it to pick up small objects and strip leaves from trees.
This image is of an African Elephant and car facing off, Kruger National Park, South Africa.
Information source: http://animals.about.com
© Tanya Stollznow
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kruger national park