Lost elephant calf - so sad!

by Paul
(Crocodile Bridge)


This is a close-up picture of the lost elephant calf. Sadness turned to joy when mommy eventually found him!

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Oct 01, 2015
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by: Bella

From the image of the lost elephant calf, it is much evident that the calf is so sad, as it is separated from its herd. I hope that the calf was able to find its mother and family.

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