Africa  | 31/07/2017


The animal that shows his fearsome ivory of its fangs and looks menacing to those who enjoy a 4x4 safari, is an elephant.  A savannah African elephant, the largest animal that currently lives on Earth (the largest, in planetary terms, is the blue whale).

It needs to eat 200 kilos of herbs and leaves a day, and its gestation is the longest among all mammals, 22 months. And despite the feeling of heaviness and awkwardness, a bull can reach 40 kilometers per hour when attack.

It is distributed in 36 countries of sub-Saharan Africa, from southern Mauritania and Sudan to South Africa. You can see this impressive animal, in the Marakele National Park in South Africa, a reserve in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains.



El Elefante de SUDAFRICA

Agosto 2017

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