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By: Caitlin O'Connell
From: National Geographic

Baby elephants romp with siblings and cousins at Namibia waterhole

There’s a late afternoon glow on all the animals at the waterhole. Giraffe bones from a lion kill the previous season glisten white to match the springbok bellies as they spring across the clearing. Scratchy, our resident black rhino and mascot, has just decided to spray our microphone hide, rocks and dry thorn bushes now covered with his territorial marking.

Learn more: http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2017/07/04/baby-elephants-romp-with-siblings-and-cousins-at-namibia-waterhole/

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