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The Fate of the Elephant


Largest of all beasts that dwell on land, elephants can uproot trees or topple the huts of a village. They have the power to communicate in a language of subsonic frequencies, snorkel across the open sea between islands, care for their wounded and mourn their dead. Asian elephants were domesticated more than 4,000 years ago and, like their African cousins (whose numbers have been halved each decade since the 1970s), they face extinction through an over-whelming loss of habitat. In this book, Douglas Chadwick provides a ...

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The Fate of the Elephant
1995, Penguin Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780140231038

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The Fate of the Elephant
1994, Sierra Club Books for Children

ISBN-13: 9780871564955

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The Fate of the Elephant
1993, Viking, London

ISBN-13: 9780670851416


Fate of the Elephant
1992, Sierra Club Books, Berkeley

ISBN-13: 9780871566355


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