Elephants playing

by Allen Adams

This herd of elephants came out of the river and for some reason the elephant on the left would not allow the one on the right to exit the water.

Picture was taken at the river entrance to Makorwane dam

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May 07, 2011
Thanks for sharing your photo and story with us Allen!
by: Mario

We have found that some of the Pilanesberg elephants misbehave - they are the remnant from the babies that were introduced from the Kruger without their parents - and the newer Kruger adults put them in their place when they get out of hand. Maybe this was one of those situations.

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