we love elephants
allaboutami:

Here is a sneak peek of the latest amigurumi that I will be blogging about!  Isn’t this elephant absolutely adorable?  It’s a Japanese pattern that I first discovered on ”Amigurumies”, a blog by Rani who translated the pattern into Spanish!  
Stay tuned for the full step-by-step blog post and the free English pattern coming this week!  I absolutely love how this amigurumi elephant is constructed!

allaboutami:

Here is a sneak peek of the latest amigurumi that I will be blogging about!  Isn’t this elephant absolutely adorable?  It’s a Japanese pattern that I first discovered on ”Amigurumies”, a blog by Rani who translated the pattern into Spanish!  

Stay tuned for the full step-by-step blog post and the free English pattern coming this week!  I absolutely love how this amigurumi elephant is constructed!

inthepitofmystomach:

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earthlycreatures:

Let’s Stay Together by Mario Moreno

earthlycreatures:

Let’s Stay Together by Mario Moreno

archdvmon:

Archdvmon
earthdaily:

IMGP1735 by David Nunn on Flickr.
zooborns:

Baby Elephant Born at Lowry Park Zoo Makes Important Genetic Contribution

She’s not royalty, but the newest baby at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo is sure to capture a “ton” of attention. Just seven months after the zoo welcomed a new baby African Elephant, another was born - this one on July 29 to first-time mother Matjeka. The other Mom, Mbali, and her 7-month-old daughter, Mpumi, were at Matjeka’s side during her brief labor.

Learn about the zoo’s African Elephant family and conservation efforts, and see many more photos at ZooBorns!

zooborns:

Baby Elephant Born at Lowry Park Zoo Makes Important Genetic Contribution

She’s not royalty, but the newest baby at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo is sure to capture a “ton” of attention. Just seven months after the zoo welcomed a new baby African Elephant, another was born - this one on July 29 to first-time mother Matjeka. The other Mom, Mbali, and her 7-month-old daughter, Mpumi, were at Matjeka’s side during her brief labor.

Learn about the zoo’s African Elephant family and conservation efforts, and see many more photos at ZooBorns!