African elephants (Loxodanta africana) linking tails (Composite) : Stock Photo
African elephants (Loxodanta africana) linking tails (Composite) : Stock Photo

African elephants (Loxodanta africana) linking tails (Composite)

Credit: Art Wolfe
Creative #: AT3722-001
Amboseli National Park, Kenya. Elephants are gregarious animals that live in herds of 10-20. Females mate for the first time during their 15th-16th years. Gestation period is 21-22 months. Calves suckle for 2 years before being weaned.

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