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(Natural Science): elephant African savannah bull male in musth in Addo Elephant Park Eastern Cape South Africa nightshot 1 DHD.jpg
D=2005-03-21 [Mar 21, 2005]; S=2MB, 2592x1944; T=JPEG image [MIME:image/jpeg];
Key: D= file date of exhibit; S= size in bytes, XxY pixels, etc; T= type of exhibit; L= location/time or viewpoint of exhibit (if known).
- elephant = elephants, Elephantidae, Proboscidea, pachyderm, elefant, olifant, 象, ゾウ
- elephant african = Loxodonta africana, tembo, ndovo, ndovu, indlovu, olifant, indofu
- elephant african savannah = Loxodonta africana africana, African savannah elephant = Including those found in Addo Elephant National Park (AENP) in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
- elephant african savannah bull male in musth = Sexually active; seen in late 20s and is a raising of testosterone level which increases aggressiveness and dominance. A musth male can be identified by a streak of black fluid from the temporal gland between eye and ear running down the face, constant urine dribbling (and thus wet hind legs), and a pungent odour.
- nightshot = taken in low/IR light, often grainy, mono, long exposure
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