Elephant Care

Of course, the encounter with water is always a bit dangerous. Therefore notice the value of Care, with the larger elephants protect their smaller companions.
"elephant love" by Jaimie Wylie Photography
“elephant love”, a photo by Jaimie Wylie Photography, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter her galleries on Flickr.com
The photographer Jaimie Wylie comments: “The love they have for each other is like no other… they stay close because their love never makes them grow apart they’re family.”
related: https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/03/13/elephants/

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13 responses to “Elephant Care

  1. Beautiful elephants, one of my favourite animals, the gentle giants 🙂


  2. Lovely post FT. I did an elephant post back when I had very few followers. Should repost it one of these days. It’s travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/2012/09/11/elephants-never-forget-will-we/


  3. TBM

    That is beautiful and I’ve seen how protective they are of their little ones in the wild.


  4. So beautiful animal….and object of a Massacre in several countries of central africa. Ivory is sold to buy weapons as I said in those ancient article : http://icezine.wordpress.com/2012/04/24/massacre-des-elephants-en-afrique-plus-que-de-la-protection-animale/ (in french sorry but you can use your favorite translator)

    the rhinoceros of Mozambique has disappeared… I hope elephant will not follow the same way.


  5. And what about all these elephants in circus ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCn2E9G1awY Don’t go to circus with animals ! Some countries banned animals from circus. I hope France, Germany and other european countries will do it soon.


  6. Amy

    Thank you for the link, Frizz! Love the “Father and Son” elephants image.


  7. I love elephants, that’s such a lovely photo.


  8. This photo touches my heart, Frizz — it’s sad that many people don’t have the same regard for their family as these elephants do theirs.


  9. Great post! Just curious. Do you know if elephants tend to be monogamous like the humpback whales and the swans?


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