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African elephants are the elephants of the genus Loxodonta, consisting of two extant species: the African bush elephant and the smaller African forest elephant. Loxodonta is one of the two existing genera in the family Elephantidae.

Want to visit Africa, too! And take a ride on an elephant...you know get the authentic experience haha!

Elephants typically have grey skin, but African elephants look brown or reddish after wallowing in coloured mud. Asian elephants have some patches of depigmentation, particularly on the forehead and ears and the areas around them. An elephant uses mud as a sunscreen, protecting its skin from ultraviolet light. Although tough, an elephant's skin is very sensitive. Without regular mud baths to protect it from burning, insect bites and moisture loss, an elephant's skin suffers serious damage.

My eyes tell me this elephant is a bit upset about something; maybe he's thinking CHARGE! (African_Elephant | Flickr)

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baby elephant being frisky on the beach

This beautiful pitbull has the same colouring as my Camden! Pitbulls are such beautiful and SWEET animals, don't believe the bad rep they get!!!