Monkey with a Tool Belt and the Noisy Problem

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The elephant is often portrayed as a lovable giant, and animals domesticated by trainers and zookeepers can be quite peaceful. What does a typical day look like for the herd? Meditation at Oyster River “I wanted certainty in the kind of way in which people want religious faith. While there are certainly cases of animals being cruel to other animals, other than humans, no animal runs torture experiments on other animals; which is very sad to think about.
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African Elephants (Pull Ahead Books)

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Cow herds are tightly-knit and permanent groups of related females and their calves, led by the oldest and most dominant female, the matriarch. Animals should not be kept in tiny cages but in the wild where they belong. The threat to the African elephant presented by the ivory trade is unique to the species. The British army used roughly 1.2 million horses and mules in World War I, leaving a transportation labor shortage in British towns.
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Snarlyhissopus

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It is an astounding read in many ways, the ignorance (and arrogance) of some scientist and the cruelty they inflict is distressing. But to an elephant—and scientists like Joyce Poole—these are signals that convey vital information to individual elephants and the overall herd. After months of perseverance, Horton finally sees the fruits of his labor – a beautiful little elephant-bird. One of the problems bedeviling the plaintiffs was their inability to line up an elephant veterinarian as an expert witness.
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DK Readers L3: Hope for the Elephants

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But if the elephant would not come to Tokyo, the children would come to the elephant. Elephant calves are cared for by their aunts, sisters and mother, with the mother responsible for providing breast milk while the aunts and sisters guarding and babysitting the babies. Elephants are one such animal—they drink and splash around in temporarily engorged streams and other watering holes. We also radio collared pygmy elephants in Borneo and forest elephants in Cameroon, which provided important insights into their natural history.
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Ballet of the Elephants

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But one pigeon has earned particular regard for saving almost 200 U. Generally white-tailed deer are medium sized animals, about three and one-half feet tall, weighing about 250 pounds. Decreasing the demand for ivory is essential. Although today there are only two living species in the elephant family, there used to be some 150 species including animals such as Arsinoitherium and Desmostylia. General Admission: Adults 13 & over - $14.00, Children 3-12 years: $6.00 Kama‘aina/U.
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Tarra & Bella: The Elephant and Dog Who Became Best Friends

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The real action was among the gomphotheres, the odd name of which derives from their "welded," shovel-like lower tusks, which were used to dig for plants in soft, swampy ground. Elephants in the wild, are used to traveling many miles a day in herds of about ten related adults and their offspring. A big thank you to the whole Tembe team and Patrick in particular! In those tusks with remaining pulp, the pulp was removed with stainless steel rods and hooks. On a monthly basis between the spring of 2008 and 2009 they observed 26 Asian elephants at the Elephant Nature Park in Thailand, looking for signs of what researchers call “consolation.” Many animals are capable “reconciliation”—making up after a tussle.
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The Elephant (Endangered Animals & Habitats (Greenhaven))

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Rhinos are shortsighted, a little bad tempered, which makes them very dangerous. In the melee - and before the invention of firearms all the war was precisely because of them - is crucial brawn fighter. For example, a calf learns how to use its trunk by watching older elephants using their trunks. At the Safari Park, a herd of seven African elephants, born in Kruger National Park in South Africa in 1991, was translocated to Swaziland in 1994.
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Elmer's Christmas

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Mature males grow up to two feet long, including the black tipped tail. As a proxy for more traditional, less newsworthy lynchings, this ill-starred elephant seems to be the nonpareil. Handlers hid them in their sleeves or carried smaller, less menacing-looking models during the show. There's another difference coming from both species and sex. Teir are zebras that graze in the grass and are covered with beautiful stripes.
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Elephant Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife

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The Sri Lankan is physically the largest of the subspecies, and also the darkest in colour. Elephants have many interesting features including giant ears, long tusks, and a huge trunk. Elephants will try to appear more threatening by raising their heads and spreading their ears. The heaviest tusks ever known belonged to the Colombian Mammoth Mammuthus columbi, these weighed 226kg or 498lb. They actually kill elephants, through foot infections, arthritis and other joint problems.
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Artistic Skills for Everyday Life: Anyone Can Draw Elephants

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But as I’ve seen more and more projects that involve imagery, I’ve been struck by the non-human things you can see. The conjures up images of being in Ganesha's rodeo. It is as if our only picture of drinkers were a homeless person lying in a gutter necking neat gin. Yet, there had been alternatives, and the animals died an unnecessary, and often unnecessarily cruel, death. Besides the trumpeting (expressing anger) and throaty rumbling similar to gargling which we hear, elephants also communicate through infrasounds with a frequency of 14-24 Hz.
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