National Geographic

@natgeo 9 months ago
Photo by Pete McBride @pedromcbride | Elephants live in matriarchal societies, so the oldest and largest adult female in a family watches over the entire clan, including her sisters and offspring, forming a closely-bonded family that stays together for life. For more images of wildlife, follow @pedromcbride #petemcbride

Photo by Pete McBride @pedromcbride | Elephants live in matriarchal societies, so the oldest and largest adult female in a family watches over the entire clan, including her sisters and offspring, forming a closely-bonded family that stays together for life. For more images of wildlife, follow @pedromcbride #petemcbride