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Save The 🐘 by purchasing items like this cute necklace from @ivoryella Every cent counts πŸ’œ
Did you know? That when elephants walk slowly they have two footprints just like humans. This is because when it walks, its hind legs go on the same footprint its front legs create. #ellafacts
Elephants require a huge amount water on a daily basis- they can drink up to 50 gallons in ONE day 🐘 #ellafacts
Elephants require a huge amount water on a daily basis- they can drink up to 50 gallons in ONE day 🐘 #ellafacts
Did you know? That elephants do not run? They move very briskly almost as if they are in a walking race. Elephants normally walk at around 4 mph and can move up to 28 miles an hour. #ellafacts πŸ“Έ: Frank AF Petersens
Did you know? That elephants can 'hear' through their feet? When elephants stomp as a predator approaches, other distant elephants can get the news by feeling the ground rumble. #ellafacts  If you fancy using your own feet, join us in Central Park on November 18 for New York’s Saving The Elephants Run. All funds raised go to Save the Elephants! Register now πŸ‘‰ http://bit.ly/2wyhngx.
When a baby elephant is born it can weigh around 200 pounds! #ellafacts 🐘
Elephants are a keystone of culture in Kenya and around the world. At Ivory Ella, we've had the privilege of witnessing it firsthand in Samburu. #ellafacts #savetheelephants πŸ“·: Jane Wynyard Save the Elephants
Reason #3 They're social  Elephants are frequently touching one another and entwining their trunks as a form of communication 🐘🐘 #elephantappreciationday #ellafacts πŸ“· by Nic Nichols Save the Elephants
Reason #3 They're social  Elephants are frequently touching one another and entwining their trunks as a form of communication 🐘🐘 #elephantappreciationday #ellafacts πŸ“·: Nic Nichols
Reason #2 They're intelligent  Elephants are exceptionally smart creatures. They have the largest brain of any land animal, and three times as many neurons as humans. #elephantappreciationday  #ellafacts
Reason #2 They're intelligent  Elephants are exceptionally smart creatures. They have the largest brain of any land animal, and three times as many neurons as humans. #elephantappreciationday #ellafacts
Reason #1 They're loyal  Since elephants live in herds, they form very close-knit family bonds. They're always looking out for each other and offering protection. #elephantappreciationday #ellafacts
Between January - May 2017, there have been more than 20 recorded elephant births at the Samburu National Reserve #ellafacts 🐘🐘🐘
Although the elephant trunk is really huge, it is also very nimble allowing them to pick up a variety of things including a grain of rice. #ellafacts 🐘🐘
Although the elephant trunk is really huge, it is also very nimble allowing them to pick up a variety of things including a grain of rice. #ellafacts 🐘🐘
Tiny elephant calves will hide under mum’s belly, safe from predators and the blazing African sun. #ellafacts 🐘🐘
Tiny elephant calves will hide under mum’s belly, safe from predators and the blazing African sun. #ellafacts 🐘🐘
Elephants understand hierarchy and dominance. The elder members of the Family are given priority over the younger members. #ellafacts #ivoryella #savetheelephants 🐘🐘🐘
Elephants understand hierarchy and dominance. The elder members of the family are given priority over the younger members. #ellafacts 🐘🐘

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