Walking around in Eden Safari Country House's garden

Walking around in Eden Safari Country House's garden

After a busy day - Eden Safari Country House

After a busy day - Eden Safari Country House

Roaming about @ Eden Safari Country House

Roaming about @ Eden Safari Country House

Baby ostriches spotted @ Eden Safari Country House

Baby ostriches spotted @ Eden Safari Country House

Game grazing near Eden Safari Country House

Game grazing near Eden Safari Country House

Zebra grazing around Eden Safari Country House

Zebra grazing around Eden Safari Country House

Relaxing warthogs @ Eden Safari Country House

Relaxing warthogs @ Eden Safari Country House

Who am I: African Elephant or African Bush Elephant [Loxodonta africana] My Story: The Elephant is the world's largest land mammal, and weighs up to 7 tonnes and reaches heights of 3.3 m at the shoulder. Elephants can live to a potential age of 70 years. The massive tusks of older bulls can weigh up to 50 or 60 kilograms, but tusks weighing up to 90 kilograms have been recorded. Elephants are voracious feeders which in a day consume up to 272 kg (600 pounds) of grass, tender shoots and bark…

Who am I: African Elephant or African Bush Elephant [Loxodonta africana] My Story: The Elephant is the world's largest land mammal, and weighs up to 7 tonnes and reaches heights of 3.3 m at the shoulder. Elephants can live to a potential age of 70 years. The massive tusks of older bulls can weigh up to 50 or 60 kilograms, but tusks weighing up to 90 kilograms have been recorded. Elephants are voracious feeders which in a day consume up to 272 kg (600 pounds) of grass, tender shoots and bark…

Zebra's spotted near Eden Safari Country House...  Fun fact to know about Zebra's:  A zebra's stripes act like an equine fingerprint - each individual’s pattern is unique. Foals recognise their mothers by the pattern of their stripes, as well as by scent and call. (http://www.discoverwildlife.com/)

Zebra's spotted near Eden Safari Country House... Fun fact to know about Zebra's: A zebra's stripes act like an equine fingerprint - each individual’s pattern is unique. Foals recognise their mothers by the pattern of their stripes, as well as by scent and call. (http://www.discoverwildlife.com/)

Giraffes near Eden Safari Country House

Giraffes near Eden Safari Country House

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