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"Elephants on Parade" by Ed Dornfeld: While I was on safari in Tanzania, I wanted a picture of a line of elephants marching trunk-to-tail, and this is the result.

"Elephants on Parade" by Ed Dornfeld: While I was on safari in Tanzania, I wanted a picture of a line of elephants marching trunk-to-tail, and this is the result.

Kilimanjaro, Tanzanie

Kilimanjaro, Tanzanie

☆ Photographer Nick Brandt ☆

☆ Photographer Nick Brandt ☆

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Superbe éléphant en noir & blanc

Superbe éléphant en noir & blanc

Nick Brandt est un photographe britannique . Passionné par la faune sauvage, Nick Brandt a réussi à imposer un regard singulier dans un d...

"On the Lookout for Mother" by Karin Leperi: The cheetah is my most favorite animal, probably because of their sleekness, speed, and good-looks. Diurnal, they hunt by speed and are the fastest terrestrial animal in the world. Cubs are moved every couple days by the mother in an effort to protect them from predators. Today, there are an estimated 9,000-12,000 cheetahs surviving in the African wilds.

"On the Lookout for Mother" by Karin Leperi: The cheetah is my most favorite animal, probably because of their sleekness, speed, and good-looks. Diurnal, they hunt by speed and are the fastest terrestrial animal in the world. Cubs are moved every couple days by the mother in an effort to protect them from predators. Today, there are an estimated 9,000-12,000 cheetahs surviving in the African wilds.

Tout le #monde se pavane aux #couleurs de #Myloisirs !

Tout le #monde se pavane aux #couleurs de #Myloisirs !

elephant attack - Google Search

elephant attack - Google Search

"Walking in the Rain" by Judy LaNier: This herd of elephants in Tanzania was moving away from a river when it began to rain. The rain is visible in the photo as well as the circular marks it left in the dust on the elephants' hides.

"Walking in the Rain" by Judy LaNier: This herd of elephants in Tanzania was moving away from a river when it began to rain. The rain is visible in the photo as well as the circular marks it left in the dust on the elephants' hides.

Vie Rancid ॐ

Vie Rancid ॐ

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