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Posts Tagged Forest Elephant

They are Superstars

Elephant in landscape. Marius Coetzee

In my next series of blogs I will write about the elephant warriors, entertainers, artists, deities and icons...in hopes that you might find what an elephant is to you and also, that these remarkable creatures—that are so similar to us—are worth fighting for.

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They Gave Us 35 Million Years...Got 5 Minutes for Them?

Orphaned elephant calf, Quanza in her pen at David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

“Indifferent land, red with dust
Lost gray souls flee a world unjust…”

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The ABC’s of Elephant DNA

Stephanie Schuttler collecting a small piece of forest elephant dung to be used for DNA extraction.

My previous blogs have brought up how difficult forest elephants are to see, and therefore study. Much of the research on forest elephants has actually been on their dung to obtain information about the elephant.

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The Magic of the Elephants

Elephant close up. Photo by Bill Gordon

I am amazed at how many people still turn their heads to the poaching crisis. Why should we care if elephants fall of the face of the earth? Just one more species bound for extinction...that's life. Survival of the fittest, right? Wrong!

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