Secrets of the Elephants

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Companion to the National Geographic television series, this book reveals the remarkable intelligence, family loyalty, unique personalities, and fascinating behaviours of elephants.
As big as a bus, weighing up to 11 tons, elephants have fascinated us for centuries, but only recently have scientists been able to observe their innermost workings as individuals, families, and herds. This enlightening book-companion to the highly anticipated televisions series from National Geographic-takes us to the few places in the world where elephants roam. Filled with glorious photography and groundbreaking narratives of current science, these pages capture the life and behaviour of these iconic creatures as never before seen.
We also meet the researchers and conservationists dedicating their time and risking their lives to understand and protect the world's two species, African and Asian, as they share new insights into elephant culture.
Combining authoritative, cutting-edge knowledge with world-class photography, Secrets of the Elephants reveals behaviour never before witnessed-and sounds a clarion call to honour and protect these magnificent animals.
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Weight 1.066000
Author Kahumbu, Paula
Availability IP
Department Natural History
Format Hardback
ISBN 9781426223310
Pages 192
Published 04/04/2023
Publisher National Geographic Books
Section Natural History
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