Photographs of Elephants Photography

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Elephants are one of the largest mammals and are native to both Asia and Africa. African elephants have larger ears than Asian elephants while they have also have concave backs unlike Asian elephants. Elephants have been traditionally used as working animals in Asia.

     
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Photo Count: 23

First Published: 20150310

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1. Twin Asian elephant calves. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Close to Sauruha is an Elephant breeding centre where Asian elephants can be seen in close-up.

2. Side of the face of an Asian elephant. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Close to Sauruha is an Elephant breeding centre where Asian elephants can be seen in close-up.

3. Asian elephant eating. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Close to Sauruha is an Elephant breeding centre where Asian elephants can be seen in close-up.

4. Elephant Breeding Centre in Chitwan. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Close to Sauruha is an Elephant breeding centre where Asian elephants can be seen in close-up.

5. Young Asian elephant rubbing against tree. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Close to Sauruha is an Elephant breeding centre where Asian elephants can be seen in close-up.

6. Asian elephant resting trunk on post. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Close to Sauruha is an Elephant breeding centre where Asian elephants can be seen in close-up.

7. Asian elephant eye and ear. The Asian elephant, Elephas maximus, can be readily seen in the Terrai region of Nepal either wild in national parks or domesticated particularly used for elephant safaris in national parks such as Chitwan.

8. Asian elephant with food in mouth. The Asian elephant, Elephas maximus, can be readily seen in the Terrai region of Nepal either wild in national parks or domesticated particularly used for elephant safaris in national parks such as Chitwan.

9. Trunk of an Asian elephant in water. The Asian elephant, Elephas maximus, can be readily seen in the Terrai region of Nepal either wild in national parks or domesticated particularly used for elephant safaris in national parks such as Chitwan.

10. An Asian elephant spraying water. The Asian elephant, Elephas maximus, can be readily seen in the Terrai region of Nepal either wild in national parks or domesticated particularly used for elephant safaris in national parks such as Chitwan.

11. Asian elephants spraying water. The Asian elephant, Elephas maximus, can be readily seen in the Terrai region of Nepal either wild in national parks or domesticated particularly used for elephant safaris in national parks such as Chitwan.

12. Asian elephants after bathing. The Asian elephant, Elephas maximus, can be readily seen in the Terrai region of Nepal either wild in national parks or domesticated particularly used for elephant safaris in national parks such as Chitwan.

13. Elephant walking. Addo Elephant National Park near Port Elizabeth in South Africa is an ideal place to go watching elephants while on safari.More than 450 elephants call the bushveld of the park home.

14. Working Asian elephants crossing the river. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the one-horned Asian rhinoceros (or Indian rhinoceros), tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Many of the elephants there, such as these shown here are working elephants.

15. Elephant safari at Chitwan National Park. An elephant safari is one method of transportation at Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge. This lodge is located in the jungle of Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal, requiring both jeep and canoe transport to reach it. An elephant safari is the ideal way to wildlife spotting especially to see the Asian one-horned rhinoceros, deer and, for the lucky, tigers.

16. Elephants walking to river to drink. Chobe National Park in Botswana is a mecca for wildlife and thus also for wildlife viewing. It has large marsh areas, a river area and some dry woodlands. On safari, tourists often see elephants, lions, zebras, impala, kudu, warthogs, hippopotamus, other antelope and a large variety of bird life. The park has a huge elephant population

17. Decorated face of an Asian elephant. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. The elephants used on these safaris usually have their faces decorated. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984.

18. An elephant carrying grass. This elephant is getting grass to feed the ten elephants that Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge keeps. This lodge is located in the jungle of Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal, requiring both jeep and canoe transport to reach it.

19. One elephant and mahout with an umbrella. This elephant is getting grass to feed the ten elephants that Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge keeps. This lodge is located in the jungle of Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal, requiring both jeep and canoe transport to reach it.

20. Two elephants and mahouts with umbrellas. These elephants are getting grass to feed the ten elephants that Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge keeps. This lodge is located in the jungle of Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal, requiring both jeep and canoe transport to reach it.

21. Elephant eating. Driving through Kruger National Park in South Africa, this elephant that was eating nearby was not disturbed by our presence.

22. Elephant safari into the Chitwan jungle. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984.

23. Elephant washing. Etosha National Park is a harsh, arid place in northern Namibia during the dry season. However, its salt pans,rivers and water holes attract wildlife that survive on the scrubby acacias and surrounding plants. During the wet season it is completely different, a land of glorious abundance and lush grasslands.

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