I could never imagine to be so close to a majestic animal like Somboon. After I cooked for him and he got to know me, it sparked between the two of us😉. He is a former working elephant but today the Sonchana Farm takes care of him. Luckily he is free to move around and there are no hooks and sticks involved.
I still feel ambivalent about animals who aren‘t absolutely free and this elephant should never have been working in the first place. How do you deal with something like this??
We teamed up with @khao_sok who helped us to find places like this❤️Make sure to check them out when you are visiting Khao Sok!
Every single India photo that I posted means a lot to me.
I took this shot on the top of Spice Market in Old Delhi.
Me & @backpackertampan spent one hour here, 360 view here is amazing.
We can see the entire market from the top and the view of Delhi was pretty amazing🕌
BYRON BAY - Demain, on découvre la célèbre Byron bay ! Hippies, yoga, surf, vagues et tasses d’eau de mer au programme 🤙dans ce paradis australien ✨
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She made gentle the wild oceans of my soul.🍃
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Elephant Tusks have a variety of uses:-
As a tool to dig for food or water and to strip bark from trees,as a weapon in battles with rivals and as a courtship aid - The larger his tusks,the more attraction a male elephant may appear to a female.
Just as human are right or left-handed handed, elephants are known to use one tusk more than the other; the Master tusk appears more worn.
Male and female African elephants naturally have tusks,but only male Asian elephants grows them, however this is changing and an increasing number of African elephants are being born without tusks and those that do still have tusks have much smaller tusks than in the past.
Do you know that hunting and poaching for ivory are the reasons that make elephants tusks getting smaller?
The elephants with big tusks are more likely to be targetted and so they get killed and are not able to pass on their big tusks genes to future generations.
Millennials are mostly craved for exciting experiences and want to learn about new places and cultures.
However, they have created the trendy hobby of Insta-exploring to life. So, before deciding to travel or visiting places, Millennials consider, consciously or subconsciously, whether the location is Instagram-worthy.
For all the Millennials or people who need some inspiration to visit new places that Instagram-worthy just follow @komunitashistoria .
This community invites its members to trace the long forgotten history of Indonesia. They also routinely visit historical sites spread throughout the archipelago. One of their interesting programs is Historical Island Adventure, an expedition to the historic islands in the Thousand Islands region.
What are you waiting for? It’s weekend! Let’s pack our bag and get ready for an exciting experience! .