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Kruger National Park
Emerging tuskers project competition
**Please note that the competition is currently on hold, but please continue to send through your photos and videos. **
Help the 'big tusker' legend live on in Kruger National Park
Send us your photos, digital images or videos and win fantastic prizes!
Scientists in the Kruger National Park are studying these impressive animals to identify all of the Park's large tuskers and clearly define their home ranges.
Information is compiled from annual aerial censuses, and specific collaring and tracking projects. This work helps to improve our understanding of these animals and ensures future visitors will be able to appreciate them.
You can help us by providing photographs and information about any tusker you see within Kruger National Park and neighbouring private reserves. Any elephant with remarkable tusks (more than 1m long) is of interest. Full face images showing both tusks and ears are most useful. Close-up shots of any characteristic features will also be appreciated. Detailed information about the location and date of the sighting is crucial.
How to submit your images
You may download a printable form and send to the address below. Alternatively, send an e-mail to the address below, with all the following information included (you can highlight the text below and copy it into an e-mail if you like):
Emerging tuskers competition entry form:
- Date elephant/s seen:
- Location: (E.g. 4.2 km north of Letaba on the H1-6)
- Number of elephants in group:
- General comments:
Details of images provided: (Please identify each print/slide/digital image by a clear name/number and provide separate information on each if appropriate)
- Address and Postal Code:
- Daytime telephone:
Post your images to:
Emerging Tuskers Project
Letaba Elephant Hall
Kruger National Park
Private Bag X402
Or email: email@example.com
Rules and requirements:
- We can accept prints, slides, digital images or digital videos. Please label each entry clearly. Do not write directly on the back of prints or staple them together. Please send duplicates as no material will be returned.
- All information and photographs will be retained for research and education purposes. By submitting your images to the Tusker's Project you agree to allow SANParks to use your material in printed and electronic form, for non-commercial purposes (photographers will be acknowledged).
Many thanks for contributing to our research on emerging tuskers!