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Epic Elephants of Etosha, Namibia

​ "We listen to the still evening air. Nothing. There is not the slightest sound coming from the procession of giants walking past, several tons heavy but quiet as mice. Their colossal silhouettes first move silently in front of the pink sunset sky, then fade in the dusty twilight before finally they are lost in the dark" (from the book: Etosha. Rhythms of an African Wilderness by Claudia & Wynand du Plessis). Observing elephants in the wild, even in less spectacular scenery, is always a memorable experience. At first it's mainly their sheer mass & muscle strength that impresses us humans, but there is MUCH more about elephants that's truly amazing. For one, they are social and caring cre

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