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A heard of elephants is an amazing sight. The largest land mammal on the planet, these gentle giants move gracefully through their habitat, eating, playing and raising their young. Elephants are highly social creatures, living in close-knit family groups led by a matriarch. The females and young stay together for life, while the males leave the group when they reach maturity. Elephants are intelligent and have been known to use tools, communicate with each other using a variety of vocalizations, and even show empathy.

Despite their size and strength, elephants are under threat from humans. They are hunted for their ivory tusks, and their habitat is being destroyed by humans encroaching on their territory. It is estimated that there are only around 415,000 elephants left in the wild. We must do what we can to protect these magnificent creatures before it is too late.

Elephants are the largest land animals on Earth, and they are one of the most intelligent animals. They are social creatures, living in herds of up to 30 individuals. The herd is led by a matriarch, the oldest and most experienced female. Elephants communicate with each other using a variety of sounds, and they also use scent, touch, and body language. They have an excellent memory, and they can remember other elephants and humans they have met.

Elephants are herbivores, and they eat a lot of vegetation. They use their trunk to pick up food and to drink. An elephant can consume up to 150 kilograms (330 pounds) of food in a day. Elephants are threatened by habitat loss and by poaching. They are also sometimes killed by humans who mistakenly believe that they are a threat to crops or livestock. Learn more about elephants and their conservation on the WWF website, The African Wildlife Foundation, Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, International Elephant Foundation, Save the Elephants among others.


A herd of elephants

Moving as one

Each step in unison

A force to be reckoned with

They are gentle giants

But don't underestimate their power

For they can crush you

With one stomp of their feet

If you're lucky enough to see them

You'll be in for a treat

For there's nothing quite like

A herd of elephants


never forget

We never forget

The things that we have seen

We never forget

The people we have been

We never forget

The love that we have found

We never forget

Our time on this earth

We never forget

What it's like to be alive

We never forget

How to forgive

We never forget

How to love

We never forget



In a dusty land far away

There lived a herd of elephants

They were big and strong and gray

And they lived and loved and played

Every day they would trunk and play

And swing their tails around

They were the happiest elephants you'd ever see

Until one day the sky turned dark

And the wind started to howl

The elephants knew something was wrong

They huddled together for warmth

And then they saw the flames

Racing towards them across the plains

The herd was terrified

But they didn't know what to do

Then the oldest elephant stepped forward

She was big and wise and gray

She raised her trunk and let out a trumpet call

And the herd began to run

They ran as fast as they could

Away from the flames and the heat

They ran for their lives

And they made it to safety

But their home was gone

The elephants had to find a new place to live

But they never forgot

Those who had been lost

And they continue to run

To this day

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Original photo credits: Gil