Elephants on the edge - 6 Why are the incidences of...

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New Scientist February 2, 2006 Elephants on the Edge While Listening 1. What are two examples of what elephants have to complain about? 2. Why is elephant aggression on the rise? 3. What is passed on from generation to generation on both sides? 4. What example does Dr. Pool give to prove that elephants have memories and take revenge? 5. How is Dr. Pool’s program trying to reduce the revenge cycle?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Why are the incidences of aggression increasing? 7. Dr. Pool says that the conflict needs to be reduced. What are two examples of violence against elephants? 8. If a person in Kenya is killed by an elephant, what happens? 9. What are the consequences of what happens? 10. What do elephants need?...
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