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Kelsey Clark

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Kelsey has many fond memories of family camping trips across South Africa when she was growing up and for her, this sparked a growing love for the wilderness and opportunities to seek new adventures. Although she studied BComm Financial Management and spent five ...

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on Do Elephants Wrinkle With Age?

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William Paynter
Digital Tracker

Kelsey, thanks for the insight on elephants skin and wrinkles. Learning something new is always good.

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

I’m glad you enjoyed learning something new William.

Francesca Doria
Master Tracker

Lovely! The wrinkles underline their knowledge of routes, way to seek for water and so on… the images of wisdom

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

Thanks Francesca, their wrinkles really do remind us of the incredible wisdom they have!

Jeff Rodgers
Digital Tracker

20+ years of travel to Africa, hundreds of game drives and many, many wonderful visits to Londolozi and I just learned several new things about Elephants – thank you Kelsey.

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

My pleasure Jeff. We are always learning something new out here and I’m glad to hear you are too.

Michael and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

Kelsey, Thanks for a great educational post on elephants. We thought we knew a lot, but you took it to another level! 🙂

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

Always a pleasure Michael & Terri- I’m very happy you enjoyed the blog!

Marcia Parker
Digital Tracker

Great informative post with some beautiful photographs! Thanks 🙏🏻

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

Thank you Marcia

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
Guest contributor

Well done Kelsey … a nice description that should help us the next time we see those noble creatures!

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

Thank you Bob & Lucie – I hope you will be seeing lots of elephants again soon!

Christa Blessing
Master Tracker

Thanks for the interesting article on elephant skin.

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

Only a pleasure Christa 🙂

Cally Staniland
Master Tracker

Thanks Kelsey for a most interesting and informative blog! Always learning from you all at Londolozi. Being a wrinkly myself I wish I could make the excuse that I’m using those wrinkles to hydrate 😂. Sadly it’s the reverse being at sea for 40 years..but perhaps like an elephant I have many memories and tales to share. 😉

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

My pleasure Cally. I’m glad to hear you are always learning something new – and I’m sure you could share plenty of great stories with us too!

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Kelsey,
Thank you for bringing my elephant knowledge to a new level. There is so much to learn about the animal species and it’s articles like this that really help the Londolozi audience understand the nuances of each one.

Kelsey Clark
Contributor

Thank you Denise, the learning is never-ending and we are always happy to share our stories!

Paul Canales
Master Tracker

I love your blog Kelsey; firstly, the information was super fascinating; second, I love how your inquisitiveness led to research and an answer to your initial question! Thanks!!

Leonie De Young
Master Tracker

Thanks for this interesting blog Kelsey. Ellies are my favourite animal and the younguns simply melt my heart with their antics. I guess if they can have wrinkles, then it’s OK for us to have them also. Thanks again for sharing.

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