Holding or flattening the ears against the neck or body. This posture is most often seen when an elephant is running away or avoiding another; may also be adopting the Head-Low posture. An elephant normally holds its ears in a relaxed position such that they rest approximately 10-30cm from the side of the body. In this relaxed position the ears do not appear stiff or tense, lifted, spread, or pressed against the body. (34)