Nature Footage: Elephants

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With an unparalleled library of elephant and nature footage – Thought Equity Motion is the only place to look for stock video clips of elephants and other nature footage. Register today to explore our entire library of 3 million clips using our industry leading search tools.

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An elephant knocks down a tree. Medium shot of a family of elephants eating. Silhouetted elephants walk on savanna at sunset




Two African elephants drink from a swamp.
A young elephant stands next to adults as they eat grass.
A elephant walks with Mt. Kilimanjaro in the background.

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We have thousands of video clips for any project.

Thought Equity Motion has a large selection of elephant footage of all types - from Asian to African elephants, they are all captured  in high resolution footage for documentaries and other video features. With hundreds of thousands of online video clips and access to millions of hours of offline footage, Thought Equity Motion is the single destination for your content needs. Our diverse collection of nature footage features stunning weather video clips as well as exotic creatures and locations from award-winning films produced by National Geographic Television and footage from the best of BBC Motion Gallery’s documentary archive.

Explore our awe-inspiring online nature collection from BBC Motion GalleryNational GeographicSmithsonian Channel and HBO Archives. Witness the beauty and force of Mother Nature in our weather footage collection. Or find wildlife stock footage featuring birds, gorillas and seals. Whatever nature video clip your project calls for, Thought Equity Motion has it here. Click on the following links to view a sample of footage for each category.

Thought Equity Motion is the single destination for your content needs. Our diverse collection of nature footage features stunning weather video clips as well as exotic creatures and locations from award-winning films produced by National Geographic Television and footage from the bes of BBC Motion Gallery’s documentary archive.