Camera Rambles: And Now For Some Elephants – Faa Mai Leads the Ditch Appreciation Project

While I was at Elephant Nature Park, Jodi and I happened across Faa Mai and a few of her friends indulging in some ditch-diving. Faa Mai was enjoying herself so much she got in and out about three times. Little Dok Mai was very happy to copy what her big herd-sister was doing. Here’s some of the footage I got…

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8 thoughts on “Camera Rambles: And Now For Some Elephants – Faa Mai Leads the Ditch Appreciation Project

    • Thank you Sylvie. It was a magic moment that I was very lucky to witness. Faa Mai was born at the Park and has never been through the ‘phajaan’ (torturous domestication process) and so she has kept her funny, happy-go-lucky ways. She’s just a delight to watch. πŸ™‚

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