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An elephant walks through the bush at the Southern African Wildlife College on the edge of Kruger National Park in South Africa.  “The future of African elephants is in the hands of every individual.” Photograph: Denis Farrell/AP A ban on commercial ivory trading is a significant step forward, but it is not enough to effectively combat ivory trafficking...

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An elephant walks through the bush at the Southern African Wildlife College on the edge of Kruger National Park in South Africa. “The future of African elephants is in the hands of every individual.” Photograph: Denis Farrell/AP A ban on commercial ivory trading is a significant step forward, but it is not enough to effectively combat ivory trafficking...

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A herd of elephants walk in the swamp at the Amboseli National Park in southern Kenya, October 8, 2013. The country's wildlife authority Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and Tanzania's government agencies, joined by various wildlife NGOs such as African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), on 08 October have begun a week long aerial census of elephants and other large mammals in the shared ecosystem of the Amboseli-West Kilimanjaro and Natron-Magadi landscape in an effort to establish the populations and…

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A herd of elephants walk in the swamp at the Amboseli National Park in southern Kenya, October 8, 2013. The country's wildlife authority Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and Tanzania's government agencies, joined by various wildlife NGOs such as African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), on 08 October have begun a week long aerial census of elephants and other large mammals in the shared ecosystem of the Amboseli-West Kilimanjaro and Natron-Magadi landscape in an effort to establish the populations and…

9-Day Best of African Wildlife Safari at Mole and Pendjari National Parks from Accra 			Enjoy an unforgettable and the best of wildlife viewing of African safari tours at Mole National park in Ghana and Pendjari National Park of Benin. Go in search of elephants, lions, leopards, cheetah and many more. Discover the flora and fauna in their natural habitat. Visit and interact with welcoming authentic and friendly tribes living in small villages in remote and off the beaten place...

9-Day Best of African Wildlife Safari at Mole and Pendjari National Parks from Accra Enjoy an unforgettable and the best of wildlife viewing of African safari tours at Mole National park in Ghana and Pendjari National Park of Benin. Go in search of elephants, lions, leopards, cheetah and many more. Discover the flora and fauna in their natural habitat. Visit and interact with welcoming authentic and friendly tribes living in small villages in remote and off the beaten place...

Addo Elephant National Park is great to see elephants in South Africa

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MUD BATHAt the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, orphaned elephants paint themselves in terra-cotta-colored mud—a refreshing ritual that keeps the bugs away and protects them from the scorching African sun. And of course, the muddy "me time" is an elephant's version of fun. PHOTOGRAPH BY MICHAEL NICHOLS, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE

MUD BATHAt the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, orphaned elephants paint themselves in terra-cotta-colored mud—a refreshing ritual that keeps the bugs away and protects them from the scorching African sun. And of course, the muddy "me time" is an elephant's version of fun. PHOTOGRAPH BY MICHAEL NICHOLS, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE

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