On Safari - Elephants
   Kapama Game Reserve - South Africa,
Private Preserve Next to Kruger National Park
Elephants are often found eating.  Their
trunk is a tool that does everything.
Sadly poachers kill Elephants for their
tusks, valuable in the ivory trade.  Ivory
sales are nearly banned now, in order to
keep Elephants from extinction.
Here is a mother with her calf.  Find the calf
under the mother's ear.  Elephant school
must have a suitably large curriculum.  
If you have better than dial-up, watch the complete, free
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video of this trip, "Rainbow Nation
Safari", by clicking on this direct link which starts it playing:

http://www.adventurepics.com/IBE/video1.aspx?VF=RainbowNationSafari.wmv