Know Your Elephants: Identifying Lady

We’ve had such a fun time over the past several weeks helping you learn more about each elephant’s distinct characteristics. Rounding out the series is our lovely Lady Bug. We hope you’ve enjoyed the past month and will try your hand at identifying all of the girls in the future.


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    Charlotte Hansen says

    This has truly been a fun series of posts–thank you!

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    Alana says

    Yes! This has been great & I have used what I learned to try to identify the girls before I see her name. Thank You.

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    Barb says

    I have to see Lady’s wet hair “swoop” :o)!

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    Deb says

    I love this “identify” series ! 💕. Thanks!

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    Elizabeth says

    I ❤️❤️❤️ You, Lady! Keep on being your awesome, skinny self!

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    Susan says

    I have enjoyed these posts and have been trying to identify which lovely Girl, or Girls, I see in a photo before looking at the answer! I never thought I would be able to distinguish one elephant from another on my own. Not that I always get it right, but it is fun and challenging!! Thank you for continuing to share your insights with us. Love and hugs! ❤️🐘❤️

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    Eileen says

    Thank you so much for doing this! Such fun to identify “who’s who”!

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    Angie Gibson says

    Ladybug, I believe I could identify you from up in an airplane for you are very unique and special to me! I agree too—really fun series👏😁 I love you so much precious Lady 🌺🐘🌺

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    Katie Howard says

    One thing you didn’t mention that kind of surprises me. I thought Lady’s trunk is longer than most. That’s one of the ways I identify her. Have I just been lucky with my guesses, or is Lady particularly “nosy”? Thanks!

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      Kat Blais says

      Bambi actually has the longest trunk, although sometimes Lady’s looks very long because of camera angles. 🙂

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