Khaki

Rolling around in the mud is, however, more than just fun for elephants. Mud baths serve a critical purpose for elephants. Under the harsh African sun, the heat and UV radiation can be deadly and with their few hair and sweat glands they have to find other ways to cool off. Romping around in mud not only cools them down but provides a protective layer to shield their body from the sun’s rays and it is also relief them from insect bites.
Info source URL: https://www.campkuzuma.com/mud-baths/
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The photo was taken during January 2015.

Khaki

Fan

Flapping of the ears helps to cool an elephant in two ways. In addition to enabling the ears to act as a fan and move air over the rest of the elephant’s body, flapping also cools the blood as it circulates through the veins in the ears. As the cooler blood re-circulates through the elephant’s body, the animal’s core temperature will decrease several degrees.
Info source URL: https://elephantconservation.org/elephants/just-for-kids/
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The photo was taken during September 2017 near Tshokwane Picnic Site, Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa.

Fan

Misty

Warthogs, as one might guess from the name, are members of the Swine family and are related to pigs, boars and hogs. And as the name also suggests, warthogs have patches on their faces that look like warts but are just thick growths of skin. These patches act as padding for when males fight during mating season.
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The photo was taken during June 2016 at De Kleine Serengeti Game Lodge, Rust de Winter, Gauteng, South Africa.

Misty