Good sized herds (upward of 80 at times) observed on Ol Doinyo Lemboro Ranch, in N-Central Laikipia.
Elephant dung clearly showing the importance of these giants as seed dispersers. The seeds with the 3 ridges are Uapaca sp.
Very beautiful encounter with members of the same group seen a few days earlier.
Group of 25+ individuals, including the largest Kasanka bull, which is easy to recognize as one of his tusks is much higher than the other
Taken from Skukuza - Lower Sabie Road with a Nikon D90 300mm focal length
dung by water hole
African elephants are the elephants of the genus Loxodonta (Greek for 'oblique-sided tooth'), 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.