Picture Id: 522207
Elephants roam the plains of Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana. Elephants are the largest of all land roving animals, and can live as long as 70 years. Elephants are social animals, living in herds of about 20-40 females of all ages. Only males that are nursing live in the herds--adult bulls usually live alone. An elephants tr unk is a mass of over 30,000 muscles and can hold over 12 litres of water.
MOREMI GAME RESERVE, BOTSWANA.
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