African Elephants Use Their Feet to Communicate
Wednesday, August 8, 2007
(Originally aired April 4, 2007)
Maureen Cavanaugh (Guest Host): Picture yourself with binoculars in hand, watching a group of elephants moving across the African plain and suddenly, the elephants freeze and lean their bodies slightly forward. All the time, you see and hear nothing. What are these elephants doing? Well that’s a question my next guest has asked and answered.
- Caitlin O-Connell Rodwell , author of the book, The Elephant's Secret Sense: The Hidden Life of the Wild Herds of Africa.
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