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JAMP124
Aug 29, 2018
I recommend a fascinating book, The Elephant Whisperer, by Lawrence Anthony. It is about Mr. Anthony who ran a huge reserve in Africa and was asked to take a herd of elephants ---- troublesome elephants --- and they were!
aknan
Aug 29, 2018
You're right, JAMP. It's an excellent book and a true story. Learned a lot about elephants. He also has another, "The Last Rhinos", on the same game reserve. I enjoyed both of them.
JAMP124
Aug 29, 2018
Aknan --- I have The Last Rhinos and Babylon's Ark, both by L. Anthony ---- but need to give my eyes a rest before I start them. Please recommend others as you think of them! I heard about The Elephant Whisperer at my church group when the program was "Books you might enjoy ---" by one of the members. In turn, I've recommend it to others --- who also enjoyed it.
aknan
Aug 29, 2018
My mother loves animal stories and we've both read & enjoyed these. They're available on Amazon or your local library may have them.

"A Dog's Way Home" W. Bruce Cameron. Written in the voice of the dog, BTW

"The Penguin Lessons" Tom Mitchell

"The Elephant Company" Vicki Croke - the true story of the elephant brigade in WWII
Happy Reading!
JAMP124
Aug 30, 2018
I have noted the three books! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
JAMP124
Mar 10, 2017
Mom, Dad and the Kids! Nice.
carolsapple
Jan 19, 2016
Yes they're very social animals but can be extremely dangerous! Have seen them in the wild and was really nervous! I thought I was was gonna be killed!
Starrphyre
Jun 1, 2014
I like the way elephants hang together in family units. They seem to take care of each other as well as minding other elephants' young ones. When they are out for a walk or whatever, I've noticed that they keep the "kids" in the middle of a group to keep them safe and protected.
JamieT
May 27, 2015
I saw something a few years ago where a circus elephant was put in a sanctuary. One of the other elephants had come from the same circus quite a few years earlier. The two elephants weren't in view of each other, but they recognized each other, so, while the latest addition to the sanctuary was isolated for a few days to make sure that she had no diseases or health problems, the friend from many years earlier, came by to the isolation area and they would intertwine their trunks - even with a fairly tall fence between them. It was a very touching scene.
toadalove
Jun 24, 2014
Cute!
Starrphyre
Apr 12, 2014
Efalunts but no woozles!
shadyday
Nov 20, 2012
Fun to watch
PATRICIA37
Nov 28, 2011
Such lovely creatures.
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