Five the Elephant provides breakdown assistance to zoo keeper :)

Elephant provides breakdown assistance to zoo keeper

You look at this picture and try to tell me animals do not feel or understand! oh the happiness I see =] baby elephant playing in water!

The DSWT is a front-line organisation working every day in the field to protect African’s wildlife and habitats. We are not traditionally a campaigning organisation, but the severity of the danger caused by the escalating ivory trade will only be countered if we all stand up for elephants together.

As long as there is a market for ivory, elephants will be cruelly killed for their tusks. We want everyone who loves elephants to Say NO to ivory and stand up for elephants - Great site for information & what YOU can do.

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Baby elephants like this. Their time of freedom and safety must be cherished. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust help orphaned baby eles.

27 December 1962: A keeper counting the penguins during the annual stock-take at London Zoo

Britain's coldest winters on record in pictures

Flipping cold: a keeper ticks off the penguins at the annual count of animals in London Zoo in December 1962

African Elephant | undeniable beauty  #elephants  Visit our page here: http://what-do-animals-eat.com/elephants/

This magnificent elephant was captured kicking up dust by Don Ashabranner at Mala Mala Game Reserve, South Africa with Robin Hester as ranger. Courtesy of Mala Mala Game Reserve.

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African Elephant family drink from a small waterhole, at Taita Hills National Park, Kenya. African Elephants at Taita Hills National Park, Kenya. Photos: All rights reserved.

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Elephant approach from the front - African Elephant (Loxodonta Africana) approach from the front - Etosha National Park (Namibia)~ Johan Swanepoel

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