Amboseli's Long Journey
Amboseli National Park, Kenya
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The life of an elephant in Amboseli National Park revolves around daily migrations to and from water. Some can be long, especially during the dry season. Each morning solitary bulls and nearby matriarchal herds journey roughly twenty-five miles to the marshes, where they’ll drink up to 50 gallons of water and eat around 400 pounds of food. In the evening the matriarchs will lead their family groups back to the safety of the forest. Under the watchful eyes and gentle nudges from the trunks of the herd, the newborn calves make this trek each day as well, learning the ancient ways of Amboseli’s elephants as they start their own long journey.
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