Elephant Destiny: Biography of an Endangered Species in Africa

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PublicAffairs, 2001 - Nature - 244 pages
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Explores the history of the African elephant from the discovery of its origins to the late twentieth century, looks at what modern science has revealed about the elephant world, examines the appearance of elephants in myth, religion, and literature, and discusses how elephants have become endangered and what can be done to halt their decline.

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When Meredith learned that well-known and highly respected field researchers such as Cynthia Moss (Elephant Memories) and Iain and Oria Douglas-Hamilton (Among the Elephants) had recorded actual ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Martin Meredith was a foreign correspondent for the London Observer and Sunday Times, then a research fellow at St. Anthony's College, Oxford.

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