Standing or Walking with the trunk draped over a tusk in a relaxed and “casual” manner. Predominantly a posture adopted by musth males as approaching a group females or while in their presence and moving through the group. Also observed by adult males and females in Attentive and Contemplative contexts.
References: Moss 1988; Moss, 1992 [Casual-Walk] Poole & Granli 2003; Poole & Granli 2011. (Full reference list)
This behavior occurs in the following context(s): Advertisement & Attraction, Attentive