Hlanganini - a Tribute

Moving on after resting

Moving on after resting

Moving on after resting
These 2 followed close behind
On his way to the river

This old bull unfortuanately passed on in July 2009. It took him so long to cross the road, he had to stop half way and just stood there with his head resting on these magnificent tusks.

He was followed close behind by 2 companions who seemed to make sure the old man got where he needed to go.

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Nov 03, 2010
What a nice sighting!
by: Charles

I wish the Kruger still had big tuskers like this one!

Aug 28, 2010
What a magnificent old bull elephant!
by: Mark

In all our years of going to the Kruger we have seen just one of these large tuskers and it was a fleeting glimpse, so well done on getting these photos!

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