Asian Elephant Siblings 32 oz. summit water bottle, double walled, stainless steel, vacuum insulated* with hexa screw top. Approved by the FDA and compliant with Proposition 65. Decorated in the USA.
* What is vacuum insulation? Not only is it double walled, meaning a different layer on the inside and the outside, but it also has a layer of space (insulation) in between the two layers which are airtight (sealed). With the air vacuumed from between the two layers, the heat or cold is minimally transmitted through to the next layer, keeping the desired temperature inside the drinking vessel.
Original artwork © 2010 Samara E. King & TwoBee, LLC rendered in color pencil for the Smithsonian National Zoological Park.
Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus) are well-known for their intelligence, close family ties and social complexity. A typical elephant family is led by the oldest female, the 'matriarch', and is comprised of a group of related females and their young. Elephants develop strong, intimate bonds between friends and family members. Female elephants look after each other’s calves and even older calves learn how to 'babysit' younger siblings or cousins. Elephant family groups are very close. While they can’t exactly hug each other, elephants wrap their trunks around younger relatives to reassure them, and twine their trunks together when greeting one another. Learn more about Asian elephants at: https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/exhibits/elephant-trails and https://elephantconservation.org/elephants/asian-elephants/
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