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  • Bella Barnes

    Love at first sight. #elephants #love #animals #photography #black and white #beauty #nature

  • Kaylee Cromling

    Elephants are a drastically underrated creature. Their beauty is subtle but remarkable and their strength is admirable. By far my favorite animal.

  • Skye

    "This photo touches my heart. Elephants prove that animals do have feelings and emotions, for elephants will rejoice when reunited with a loved one or a long lost friend, and they will grieve just as humans do when they lose someone they love. And perhaps most admirable, they are often willing to fight to the death if need be just to protect the very youngest and most helpless members of the herd. These beautiful, giant beasts demonstrate the meaning of unconditional love." ~Skye

  • N B

    These sweet creatures are being slaughtered on a daily basis across Africa almost to the point of extinction. They are being maimed and left to suffer, as poachers hack off entire trunk sometimes just to get tusks for ivory. Over 1/2 of the elephant pop. of Sudan alone was killed in a few days by these raiders. #SaveTheElephants Go to #savetheelephants.org to learn more or to help.

  • Terry Cooke

    natural beauty — teresawillcox: true love.

  • Estela Mastromatteo

    If things keep going the way they are now. There won't be two elephants so this picture could be taken again.

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