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Elephants on the Move
These elephants were moving up the road and eventually made it across a shallow area to the island where they gave the baby elephants a mud bath, and then came to the main body of water and drank water as well as posed for those of us who were in a boat taking photos.

 

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On the march, a bird got in the photo.

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Elephants moving up the hill

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Elephant getting ready for a bath.

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Bathing

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Playing elephants

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Two moms with their babies giving them a mud bath.

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First day we were at Thorny Bush, This Elephant was not happy we were there.  Note flared ears.

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These elephants were really close, and it was on this bank that the entire herd seemed to be heading.  Except for the moms who wanted to give the kids a mud bath.

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Mother watching Baby playing.

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This was a second herd of elephants down the bank on Lake Chobe.

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