African and Asian Elephant Caption with Quotes

I don’t know about you, but I love African elephants , also Asian elephants. There’s something about them that just grabs my heart and mind. Maybe it’s that they are the largest land animal on Earth, or maybe it’s their gentle temperaments. Whatever it is, they’re a force to be reckoned with. Check out these captions.

 African and Asian Elephant Caption with Quotes

• Asian and African elephants are the only two species of elephant and they can both be found in zoos around the world.

• We have seen your family in the forest! We are glad to see you have found us here at the zoo. 🦏🐘

• African or Asian? I don’t care, but I’m glad you’re here.

• Elephants are our closest living relatives. Let’s work together to protect them.

• Wild for elephants? Help protect them in the wild and right here at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.

• Elephants are the only animals that will never attack humans. They have long memories and respect those who respect them.

• We’re pleased to announce that your purchase today will help save elephants 🐘 🐘

• We’re big and strong, yet gentle, intelligent, and kind. What are you?

• Sitting together for a selfie – what an incredible and adorable friendship! 🐘

• They’re more alike than they are different.

• African and Asian Elephant: A long tusker isn’t an elephant, it’s a lion.

• We have African and Asian Elephants at the zoo. They enjoy playing in the water and rolling around in the sand. Come and visit us!

• 50 years ago, African and Asian elephants were listed as Endangered—today they’re on the road to recovery. Together we can make a difference.

• Just rescued a tiny baby elephant 🐘.

• Two of Africa’s most powerful heavyweights take a moment to greet each other with a friendly trunk tap. #elephantsofafrica

• Elephants are the gentle giants of the herd. Elephants have a very long life span; they can live up to 70 years in the wild and 80 in captivity.

• The largest and smallest species of elephants live together in peace in the largest national park in Africa.

• Like elephant’s skin and nails, our @unilever_official sunscreen is tough and provides extra protection. 🐘

• Say hello to the most compassionate animal on Earth.

• Meet some of the greatest animals in the world. 🐘

• The world’s highest concentration of elephants lives in the Okavango Delta. Come and discover why.

• We’re saving a lot of space for you to fill in. We know you’ll be great at it.

• The world would be a boring place if we were all the same. Cheers to diversity #keepdiffering

• Together, they can save the world.

• Hello there! We’re African & Asian Elephants and we’ve been happily married for almost six years. 😍🐘

• Don’t forget to adopt Sean from the African Elephant exhibit and Peaches from the Asian Elephant exhibit.

• Africa and Asia are home to the world’s largest land animals—African and Asian elephants! 🐘

• Africa and Asia have their elephant moments too.

• These two pachyderms are more than just the cutest pair—they’re also a reminder of the important work we do to help save some of Africa and Asia’s most threatened species.

• It’s #AfricanElephantWeek – a time to celebrate these magnificent creatures. 🦏

• Elephants are our friends. They’re awesome mammals and they happen to be very intelligent. #MeetTheElephant

• We’re excited to announce a collaboration with the African Wildlife Foundation to help protect elephants. Together, we can do more for conservation!

• Africa’s Elephant population has increased for the first time in over 20 years. This is a big deal because there are only 400,000 left on the planet. I’ll drink to that!

• If you love Africa and Asia, then you’ll feel at home here.

• African and Asian elephants are the world’s largest land animals. They are also the world’s most dangerous animals to humans, killing between 400 and 600 people each year.

• We’re excited to have African Elephants visit us in the United States for the first time. Come see them at the National Zoo! #ZooBorns

• Elephants are highly intelligent, emotional, and sensitive animals. We need to stop the ivory trade today for their sake.

• Today’s #WorldElephantDay! Protecting wild elephants is vital to protecting the entire ecosystem of Africa and Asia.

• We’re stronger together. Encourage your community to protect, appreciate and celebrate all wildlife, including elephants.

• Half the world’s elephants are in danger. Help us save them.

• How many elephants can you count?

• Elephants never forget, and neither should you. Support our work today.

• We’re the same but different. Are you? ☀🐘

• African and Asian elephants are incredibly intelligent, and they have demonstrated a capacity for abstract thinking and problem-solving. #ElephantsNeverForget

• African and Asian elephants are the two living species of elephants and are both listed as vulnerable species. In Africa, there is an estimated 450 000 elephants while in Asia, there are an estimated 35 000.

• Hey everyone! Here are some elephants for you to meet. Elephants are the largest land animal and there are two species – the African elephant and the Asian elephant.

• These pachyderms are the largest land animals. The African elephant is larger than the Asian elephant.

• Africa & Asia—we all have so much in common. Let’s work together to protect our natural heritage and show the world how precious elephants are.

• Together, we can protect wildlife and stop poaching.

• Took a break from the office to give these two some enrichment…

• Greater than the people around you and greater than your situation, there is something that connects all of us 🦍🐘

• The more you know, the better you care.

• Meet our newest additions: African Elephant Baby Emi and Asian Elephant Baby Gita

• Bringing the African and Asian elephants together for the first time in 25 years.

• We’re loving these elephant-themed images of our favorite Asian and African elephants in impressive herds. 👩🐘

• Can’t get enough of these loveable #Loxodonta Africana and #Elephas Maximus.

• Africa and Asia are the only places left on earth that still host these amazing animals. In the wild, they play a key role in maintaining their habitat and can travel distances of over 100 miles in one day.

• Elephants are strong, majestic, and full of personality. These gentle giants deserve our respect, even though they might trample over your garden now and then!

• Elephants are known for their incredible memory, intelligence, and compassion.

• 50+ African elephants and one Asian elephant, born in the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.

• African and Asian elephants: two species, one world. They may be different colors, but they’re still family.

• African and Asian elephants both have a large head and ears, and is the largest land animal in the world 🐘

• Asian and African elephants – even though they have many differences, both species have a few similar habits! #elephantsofinstagram

• Asian and African elephants are some of the world’s most endangered animals – their tusks, teeth, and body parts are used for jewelry, ivory statues, and more.

• For every single purchase on amazon.com, the Elephant Conservation project will receive 0.5% of the purchase price.

• When elephants flap their ears, they are communicating with each other. As these big guys spend a lot of time alone, it is believed that they use this gesture to say hello.

• We’re celebrating World Elephant Day along with these beautiful pachyderms. 🐘🐘

• Let’s #ShakeTheWorldAway to protect endangered species!

• How many elephants can you fit in a room?

• Together we protect wild elephants and their habitats. We believe in the power of one. 🐘’

• Elephants never forget. So don’t forget to protect them and their habitats. #Conservation

• We have some great news. The U.S. government decided to take African elephants off the endangered species list!

• Elephants are the world’s largest land mammals. They have thick, elongated trunks and two ivory teeth called tusks that grow throughout their lives.

• Elephants are the only animals that undergo menopause – they live longer than any other land animal in the world.

• Elephants are very intelligent creatures and can recognize themselves in a mirror. This is a sign of advanced cognitive ability!

• Good Morning! It’s a beautiful day in Kenya with the sun shining bright on our field habitat. I hope that you are not having too much trouble fighting off your #MondayBlues.

• We’re so lucky to have these gentle giants in our lives.

• We’ll be the best of friends. 🐘🐘

• The world is your oyster, but if you wanted to, you could instead roll around on a giant ball of hay.

• What are two endangered species that almost everyone loves? Elephants, of course!

• Africa and Asia both house a wide array of unique species, so it’s probably no surprise that they’ve also got some pretty wild #nationalanimalday creatures

• Elephants are the most social of all land mammals. They have complex social structures and strong family bonds. Here’s to the good in people.

• Some pachyderms are lucky enough to find love. #ElephantsNeverForget

• What better way to say “congratulations” than with an elephant? We’re so glad that you completed your degree. We’re proud of you!

• We’re on a mission to save these gentle giants from extinction. Will you join us?

• We may be different, but we are the same.

• African and Asian elephants are two of the world’s three remaining species of great land-based mammals. They are both at incredible risk of extinction and need our help.

• Hey #Africa, happy #WorldElephantDay. Hope you’re having a great day! Love, your friends @asianelephantday

• African elephants are considered one of the most intelligent animals on earth. But did you know that Asian elephants are closely related to the mammoth?!

• You’ll never forget your first time at #SanDiegoZoo. Meet our adorable elephants now!

• Connect with these gentle giants to fight the extinction of elephants.

• We’re in sync when you match your wardrobe to your animal print. #ElephantPrint

• Elephant populations have plummeted in recent decades. Help us protect them.

• On this special day, here’s to them—and the rest of Africa, who’s been trying so hard to protect the elephant for decades. #ElephantAppreciationDay

• Elephants: The world’s largest land animal.

• Elephants have been a symbol of strength for centuries, reminding us if we stand together we can overcome any obstacles. There’s strength in numbers.

• African and Asian elephants might have been separated by continents but they’re still family #VuittonTribe.

• When you can’t decide if you want to experience the largest land mammal in the world or one of the tallest, check out our African and Asian Elephants.

• African and Asian elephants are the only two existing species of elephants. They’re both endangered, so we need to take care of them.

• We are so grateful to all the amazing organizations ♥️that work to conserve and protect African and Asian elephants. And we’re committed to helping them in their mission.

• This month, we’re celebrating #wildlifewednesday. To find out more about the African Elephant Conservation Fund, visit here.

• Our friendship is like an African elephant: Sturdy and strong.

• We must save elephants and we need your help. Protect our Earth, it is all we have.

• They say elephants never forget, so it’s no surprise that Elephants are always so joyful and majestic.

• Elephants are some of the greatest animals in the world and we’re proud to be working with them to protect their habitats.

• We come from different backgrounds and cultures, but one thing that binds us is our love for wildlife. #BigLoveForWildlife

• Elephants are a symbol of strength, honor, durability, and loyalty. They represent the spirit of strength from within, and the power to overcome adversity.

• Tally Ho! It’s the beginning of African and Asian Elephant Month. Let’s all celebrate these majestic animals.

• We’d like to introduce you to the newest members of our family—African and Asian elephants. Say hello!

• We are the greatest of friends, African and Asian elephants. And we’re every bit as important as each other!

• It’s so much fun to be buddies with animals who are very different from me—like these African and Asian elephants, who I love!

 African and Asian Elephant Quotes

• African Elephant: The largest living terrestrial animal, but will still fit into your room – perfect for a pet 🙂

• The world has lost 96 elephants to poaching every day for the last ten years. We can create real change for African and Asian elephants by taking action.

• Say hello to friends around the world: #ElephantsRock! 🐘

• We’re in touch with our pachyderm pals. @elephants_africa and @flockofsheepz

• Our elephant friends may not be able to text each other, but we sure can! Check out how to protect elephants in the wild:

• Close encounters and conservation of wild elephants. We need your help to save the world’s largest mammals, like this mom and baby. You can BE part of the solution.

• For the love of nature, those beautiful creatures, and our Earth.

• discovering new things together since the beginning of time.

• African & Asian elephants live in groups that include older females, called matriarchs, males, and infants. They raise their young in a protective family unit called a “herd.”

• These two adorable little elephants are just three of the thousands of animals that will be at the National Zoo in Washington DC today.

• We’re a big family—Elephants, Rhinos, Antelopes, and Giraffes. Together we can take on climate change. #WhatsYourPachyderm

• Shout out to our #Elephants 🐘🦍 for being gentle giants. With a body like that and your intelligence, you are truly one of a kind.

• Happy World Elephant Day! Remember that elephants are the gentle giants of the animal kingdom, so it’s vital to treat them with respect.

• It’s a joy to see these gentle giants together, especially since they have such a shared history. Over time, they have learned to rely on each other for security.

• To have and to hold, in good times and bad, for better or worse… we’ll be together through it all. After all, African elephants remain loyal to their families for life.

• These two African elephants didn’t see eye to eye at first. But the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is helping them learn how to peacefully coexist.

• No matter how old you are or where you live—elephants are on everyone’s side!

• We’re saving two species at once. Help us continue to protect the future of wild elephants.

• This #WorldElephantDay we are honoring the memory of Satao, an enormously charismatic and gentle lover of humans and animals, who left us far too soon—and is now deeply missed by his herd.

• These delightful pachyderms are celebrating the first day of summer together.

• The African Elephant and the Asian Elephant, even though they are both Elephants, they look different in many ways.

• Save the elephants. The African and Asian elephant population has shrunk to a critical point and extinction is on the horizon. Help us spread awareness and stop poaching.

• We’ve added a new family member to the herd! Meet Emmett, the African Elephant calf.

• The largest land animal on earth is the African elephant.

• We are the ones that made you #BeKindToElephants

• What’s your favorite animal? It’s ok to have more than one!

• How can you take a trip to the wild, but stay home? #Africa #Asia

• Hello, world! We are #TheGreaterGood—we protect these huge and majestic beings.

• Each of these giant creatures has a story to tell.

• We’re thrilled to welcome @africaelephant and @asianelephant to the family of world-renowned animals in the @nationalzoo!

• A little selfie action. To all the #africaelephant and #asianelephant fans, new arrivals are here ☀👍 #elephantsarecool

• The deepest sympathy for our African and Asian elephant cousins, as well as all other animals who have been ravaged by the poaching crisis.

• Africa and Asia are home to two-thirds of the world’s elephants. Save them.

• We’re all connected in some way, big or small. Thanks to our @elephantfamily for helping us #EndEatingElephant*

• It’s great to see the different groups working together to protect #elephants

• Together, let’s help these two species work together to preserve their habitats!

• Elephants are the symbol of strength and endurance. Their long history and experience have shaped their ability to cope in difficult times, which is why we choose them as the symbol for our business.

• Big. Friendly. Cuddly. How do you describe these magnificent giants? 😻

• We’re no longer on the endangered species list! Because of people like you, we’ve been downgraded to vulnerable. Thank you for your support.

• We should all be grateful that these magnificent wonders of nature exist on our planet today.

• We’re working to ensure that both Asian and African elephants are protected from becoming extinct, but we need your help. Be the change for elephants. Join us today.

• Ain’t No Party Like an Elephant Party.

• We should all be more like our pachyderm friends and stand together. #elephantstyle

• We’re giving every baby elephant born in the next year, a name! 🐘

• There is an African saying that says “When the elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers.” If you want to survive in business, you need to know how to deal with conflict and disagreements.

• I am an elephant. A big, grey, wrinkly lovable elephant. And I care about your trash.

• Elephants have remained one of the most iconic animals on our planet for thousands of years, and good reason. They’re beautiful, intelligent, and fun—the perfect companions.

• We humans don’t have many things in common with elephants. But, our love of treats is one thing we can all agree on. Happy World Elephant Day! 🐘

• Elephants are my spirit animal. They’re so big and so cute!

• We’re thrilled to share this exciting news with you!

• We’re vowing to protect African and Asian elephants. Will you take the vow? 🐘🐘

• An elephant never forgets, and neither do I. Thank you for being there for me. – African Elephant

• Africa is home to elephants 🐘. Asia is home to elephants 🐘

• We all stand on the shoulders of giants. Let’s make sure they’re still around to support us when we’re in need. #ElephantAppreciationDay.

• I’m going to stop you right there, and remind you of the important reasons that make us protect these giant elephants 🐘

• Africa and Asia are two continents divided by a common language.

• Isn’t it amazing how similar we humans are in so many ways to these majestically intelligent and majestic beings?

• African & Asian Elephants are more alike than different! They are both so CUTE, COOL, and TALL. So happy to have you in my life!

• Endangered Wildlife Day: African and Asian elephants are in danger. Help protect them by taking action today.

• African elephants are the world’s largest land animals. Asian elephants can be found in India, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar.

• We are thrilled to be working with the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust & Kenya Forest Service to help protect many endangered African and Asian elephants.

• The largest land animal on the planet, the African Elephant is a great example of intelligence, leadership, and compassion.

• An elephant never forgets. Once you’ve earned their trust, they will walk with you anywhere. So make room in your life to make new friends and create fresh memories.

• You’ll never see an elephant have a bad day. They just don’t exist. Happy Monday!

• Elephants never forget. Unfortunately, neither do their enemies. #EndWildlifeCrime

• There is no better companion than an elephant 🐘

• Yay! You got it right! Elephants are my personal favorite, too.

 

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