Nature is one of the most beautiful thing humans have but just a few appreciate it. It's upon all of us to take care of the environment surrounding us. On this, Betty Kyallo visited the Amboseli National Park during the weekend and she sure did have a good time. She did this vacation with her love Nick.
During this trip Betty shared beautiful pictures of her best kind of wildlife, the Elephant. Well, if Elephants don't fascinate you then you should read more about it. The elephant is not the king of the jungle but you have to agree with me it is the strongest of all.
Amboseli homes the oldest elephant named Greg and is also the biggest jumbo. Interesting, right. I love how these elephants have names and can be identified by them.
Such beauty of the environment makes me want to travel around Kenya. You should too. Let me convince you one more time with this picture from Betty's post. All the same, Kyallo's love for wildlife comes from elephants
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