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Matriarch Leaders Intagral to Elephant Clan Survival

01.28.2014 · Posted in Elephant Facts and News, Facts, News

Research on elephants is a process and the more we study, the more remarkable and complex we discover elephant society to be. Amboseli National Park in Kenya is one of the places where much of this research is done, primarily because it’s one of the few places undisturbed by humans where a large population of ...

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Dzanga Forest Elephant Update from the Elephant Listening Project

01.13.2011 · Posted in Elephant Facts and News, News

Andrea Turkalo happily reports in her latest blog post that there has been no evidence of poaching in or near the clearing they observe. Even more exciting is the confirmed sighting of a pair of twin elephant calvesn. Twin births are very rare among elephants in general, but these two, a boy and a girl ...

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The Secret Language of Elephants

07.09.2010 · Posted in Elephant Facts and News, Facts

60 Minutes Presents: Into The Wild The second segment is on the study of elephant language. Andrea Turkalo has been studying central African forest elephants in the Dzanga Baï clearing for 19 years. She’s identified a link between their complex vocalizations and their actions, working with scientists at Cornell University, they’re trying o compile an ...

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