The African elephant is distinguished from its Indian cousin by the large ears. Here you see a mother with her calf
A family digging for water in the dried bed of the Ewaso Niyuru river.
The mortal remains of a once mighty Pachyderm. We stopped near this animal to admire some of the birds around it - the animal was however rotting and the stench was quite overpowering! But we were quite enthralled by the Grey-headed sparrow, golden-breasted starling and the White-headed buffalo weaver howvering around. So, the stench was a small price to pay.
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