Asian elephant dust bathing

Asian elephant dust bathing

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Caption: Asian elephant (Elephas maximus indicus) dust bathing. This elephant is being trained to work with a mahout who drives it. It is thought that elephants throw dust over themselves to keep insects away. These elephants are an endangered species. Photographed in Kaziranga National Park, India.

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