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www.elephantjournal.com/2020/09/how-meditation-can-change-our-lives

One day my mom, who lives in Spain, asked me if I wanted to be a part of a Spanish version of Deepak Chopra’s “21-day meditation challenge.” As part of this process, she put together a group chat where we would discuss our experience as we went through the challenge. ... Elephant isn't just a big web site. We're community-driven. We're ...

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The team also included global elephant shrew expert Galen Rathburn, who had studied the creatures for many years. But Heritage said Rathburn had never before seen a live Somali sengi.

www.elephantjournal.com/2020/09/how-to-live-in-solitude-poem-maja-sreckovic

Elephant isn't just a big web site. We're community-driven. We're dedicated to sharing "the mindful life" beyond the core or choir, to all those who don't yet know they give a care. We focus on anything that's good for you, good for others, and good for our planet.

elephantfacts.net/where-do-elephants-live.html

There are two species of elephants that live in Africa. The first is the African savanna/bush elephant (Loxodonta africana). This species mainly lives in marshes, grasslands, savannas, swamps and alongside lakes. The second species – the African forest elephant (Loxodonta cyaclotis) - lives in the dense tropical rainforests and mountains.

www.africaguide.com/wildlife/elephant.htm

An elephant has very small eyes in relation to its head and has poor eyesight. A family is led by an older matriarch and typically includes three or four of her offspring and their young. Males tend to leave the family unit between the ages of 12 and 15 and may lead solitary adult lives.

animalsanswers.com/where-do-african-elephants-live

The African elephants in Rwanda appear to face lot more challenges than the one existing in other parts of Africa. The Rwanda population is limited to only few natural habitats as human settlements are quite widely distributed and dense. Do you want to know more about where do African elephants live in Africa?

www.worldwildlife.org/species/african-elephant

The African Elephant population that once showed promising signs of recovery, could be at risk due to the recent surge in poaching for the illegal ivory trade. Learn more about the African elephant, as well as the threats this species faces, what WWF is doing to protect its future, and how you can help.

www.thoughtco.com/the-elephant-bird-1093723

The elephant bird, genus name Aepyornis, was the largest bird that ever lived, a 10-foot, 1,000-pound behemoth ratite (flightless, long-legged bird) that stomped across the island of Madagascar. Learn more about this bird with these 10 interesting facts.

www.sdzsafaripark.org/elephant-cam

The next day, Zuli was greeted by the herd's other elephants, who gathered around him—eager to touch him, trumpet, and smell him with their trunks. Zuli's father is Mabu, who now lives with a herd at Reid Park Zoo in Tucson, Arizona, based on breeding recommendations of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' African Elephant Species Survival ...

www.thespruce.com/elephant-ear-plants-2132884

Elephant ear plants grow from a swollen stem similar to a bulb but known as a corm. They are herbaceous perennials in warm climates. Elephant ears' species name, esculentia, is the same term that gives us the word "esculent," meaning edible. In fact, elephant ears are an important food source in warm climates around the world.