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  • Photo by @daisygilardini | Baby elephant are simply adorable. The mini version of the biggest animal on Earth evokes immediate feelings of tenderness in just about everyone. After a gestation period of 18 to 22 months— almost two years—the calf is born weighing around 250 pounds (115 kg) and stands about 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Baby elephants don’t really know how to use their trunk for the first 6-8 months of their life. Before they learn how to use it properly for eating, drinking, and bathing, they swing it around in an extremely comical way. This young elephant fell down while playing with an older calf. Balancing with his trunk and legs, he could finally stand up and start chasing the other fellow again. I love to spend time observing them—it's so much fun! Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography
    Photo by @daisygilardini | Baby elephant are simply adorable. The mini version of the biggest animal on Earth evokes immediate feelings of tenderness in just about everyone. After a gestation period of 18 to 22 months— almost two years—the calf is born weighing around 250 pounds (115 kg) and stands about 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Baby elephants don’t really know how to use their trunk for the first 6-8 months of their life. Before they learn how to use it properly for eating, drinking, and bathing, they swing it around in an extremely comical way. This young elephant fell down while playing with an older calf. Balancing with his trunk and legs, he could finally stand up and start chasing the other fellow again. I love to spend time observing them—it's so much fun! Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography Photo by @daisygilardini | Baby elephant are simply adorable. The mini version of the biggest animal on Earth evokes immediate feelings of tenderness in just about everyone. After a gestation period of 18 to 22 months— almost two years—the calf is born weighing around 250 pounds (115 kg) and stands about 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Baby elephants don’t really know how to use their trunk for the first 6-8 months of their life. Before they learn how to use it properly for eating, drinking, and bathing, they swing it around in an extremely comical way. This young elephant fell down while playing with an older calf. Balancing with his trunk and legs, he could finally stand up and start chasing the other fellow again. I love to spend time observing them—it's so much fun! Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography Photo by @daisygilardini | Baby elephant are simply adorable. The mini version of the biggest animal on Earth evokes immediate feelings of tenderness in just about everyone. After a gestation period of 18 to 22 months— almost two years—the calf is born weighing around 250 pounds (115 kg) and stands about 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Baby elephants don’t really know how to use their trunk for the first 6-8 months of their life. Before they learn how to use it properly for eating, drinking, and bathing, they swing it around in an extremely comical way. This young elephant fell down while playing with an older calf. Balancing with his trunk and legs, he could finally stand up and start chasing the other fellow again. I love to spend time observing them—it's so much fun! Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography

    Photo by @daisygilardini | Baby elephant are simply adorable. The mini version of the biggest animal on Earth evokes immediate feelings of tenderness in just about everyone. After a gestation period of 18 to 22 months— almost two years—the calf is born weighing around 250 pounds (115 kg) and stands about 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Baby elephants don’t really know how to use their trunk for the first 6-8 months of their life. Before they learn how to use it properly for eating, drinking, and bathing, they swing it around in an extremely comical way. This young elephant fell down while playing with an older calf. Balancing with his trunk and legs, he could finally stand up and start chasing the other fellow again. I love to spend time observing them—it's so much fun! Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography

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