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What could be cuter! (KO) Do you happen to have any peanuts, Madame? I don't want to get out of the pool, but I'm really hungry. Don't tell my Mommy, ok? She said I've had enough peanuts today. (Naughty)!

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Elephants in Ruaha National Park (Tanzania). 'Rugged, baobab-studded Ruaha National Park, together with surrounding conservation areas, is home to one of Tanzania’s largest elephant populations. An ideal spot to watch for the giant pachyderms is along the lovely Great Ruaha River at sunrise or sundown.' www.lonelyplanet....

Touching - the absolute reason I adore elephants. Their compassion is so beautiful!

  • Adara Nelson

    We are NOT jumping to conclusions. I think it is a fact that all animal circuses abuse animals!

  • Abbie Gomez

    Ok,feel free to think that,you have your opinion, and I have mine :)

  • Ann Grimmell

    I have seen a documentary where elephants actually cry over a deceased elephant and remember one another after years of separation.They have so much compassion.What a beautiful animal!

  • Adara Nelson

    Yes, they are such beautiful animals! It is so sad that humans\poachers want to kill these majestic creatures just for their tusks.

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A mother and her calf - so much love! Thai Elephant Conservation Center, Thailand

Mother and Son A shot from the Elephant Nature preserve in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Nawaan (the pup) is a 3 week old baby elephant that was born in the preserve. His mother was rescued from Cambodia, where land mines had severely damaged her front feet. Mommy and baby are both doing well and this little guy is the epitome of a happy childhood.

2011-01-16-12h30m49.272P5443 by A.J. Haverkamp, via Flickr

  • Ida van Maren

    Super mijn kleindochter wil met olifanten werken ze is dol op deze foto's