By: IO Buss
191 pages, 126 b/w photos, figs, line illus & maps
This comprehensive study of African elephants examines the effects of a steadily encroaching human population with regard to short-term and long-term survival of the species. It includes previously unpublished material on mineral utilization, functional significance of ear position and movement, fighting, reproduction, age estimation, and the origin of rumbling sounds made by wild elephants.
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