Elephant in Etosha National Park

The largest land mammals on earth were once remorselessly hunted for their ivory but thankfully their numbers are recovering today and they thrive in the areas set aside for them. There are about 2500 elephants in Etosha National Park. Usually elephants visit the waterholes at night but may be seen during the day, and they must cool themselves by spraying water over their backs and by bathing in mud.

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