African elephant and gemsboks, Namibia (Digital Composite) : Stock Photo
African elephant and gemsboks, Namibia (Digital Composite) : Stock Photo

African elephant and gemsboks, Namibia (Digital Composite)

Credit: Art Wolfe
Creative #: 453623-001
African elephant latin name: Loxodonta africana. Gemsbok latin name: Oryx gazella. African elephants are native throughout Africa south of Sahara. Gemsboks are native to Namibia, Angola, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and South Africa.

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Collection: The Image Bank
Max file size: 1,602 x 2,181 px (5.34 x 7.27 in) - 300 dpi - 1.14 MB
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