Strettttchhhh!

An elephant stands on its back legs to reach high leaves with its trunk in a forest at Mana Pools, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Zimbabwe. Photographer Morkel Erasmus captured this behaviour, which has made the Mana Pools elephants famous but has.

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Photo by: Brazilian Ana Zinger you’ll find more on Ana Leuzinger Photography. One of her shots is on the front cover of the latest edition of africa GEOGRAPHIC magazine

Click through the large version for a full-screen view (on a black background in Firefox), set your computer for full-screen. ~ African Elephants come face to face with one of Africa’s most fearless animals, Wild Dogs. ~ Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve near Kruger National Park in South Africa ~ Miks' Pics "Animals V" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/animals-v/

African elephants come face to face with one of Africa’s most fearless animals, the African Painted Dog at the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve near Kruger National Park in South Africa Picture: Greatstock / Barcroft Media

African elephant reaching for leaves by a waterfall (zoo habitat?)

19 Dinge, die du brauchst, wenn du von Elefanten besessen bist

"It has been a dream of mine for some time now to capture an elephant in Mana Pools on its hind legs feeding off of the tree canopy. Thanks to Morkel our recent trip to Mana Pools gave me just that chance." bu Marlon Du Toit

If I could just reach a bit further.Balancing act, Mana Pools, Zimbabwe. Photograph by Marlon du Toit.

Crow’s Nest by jayrushphoto Strange behavior for a male lion. The Masai I spoke with had never seen it before. africa,animals,bigcats,bizzare,black and.

The elephant had an itch to scratch.

(in)convenient elephant itch scratch ; ) in VW Polo at Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa (photo: Armand Grobler/Barcroft Media - field guide / lodge manager at park

Zimbabwe elephants killed by cyanide

Zimbabwe elephants killed by cyanide

Poachers have used poison to kill 41 elephants in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, an official tells the BBC.

Somalisa Camp, Hwange, #Zimbabwe. Elephants in the river at #sunset African Bushcamps

Somalisa Camp, Hwange, #Zimbabwe. Elephants in the river at #sunset African Bushcamps

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