Thirst African Elephants pick up the pace as they get closer to water. Breaking out into a run as thier excitment increases. Waterholes are a social place for elephants, as well as quenching thier thirst, and cooling off, and coating themselves in mud.
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African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) Running to quench thirst.
Thirst African Elephants pick up the pace as they get closer to water. Breaking out into a run as thier excitment increases. Waterholes are a social place for elephants, as well as quenching thier thirst, and cooling off, and coating themselves in mud.

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Date: 27 Nov 2013
Location: Hwange West Zimbabwe
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