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  • Kate Wright

    baby elephant with bed head :)

  • Stacie White

    adorable animals

  • Amanda

    Baby Elephant. So cute! He reminds me of the little guy in Disneys "the Jungle Book" can't you just picture him singing "in a miratilly style!" hahaha

  • Tracy Paulenoff

    cutest baby elephant

  • Everett Keebler

    Baby Asian Elephant in Tall Grass Photograph by William Albert Allard Baby elephants are born big, standing approximately three feet (one meter) tall and weighing 200 pounds (91 kilograms) at birth. They nurse for two to three years, and are fully mature at 9 (females) to 15 (males) years of

  • Mose Smith

    Baby Elephant #Baby Animals #cute baby Animals

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