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Forest Elephants: Rumbles in the Jungle

Episode 14 of 14

Documentary about Central Africa's forest elephants, as new acoustic research sheds light on their social lives and unique vocalisations.

Deep in the rainforest of Central Africa lies an elephant oasis - a remarkable place that holds the key to the future for forest elephants. Over the last 20 years, Andrea Turkalo has been studying these enigmatic giants, getting to know over 4,000 intimately. She has begun to unravel the secrets of their complex social lives and the meanings of their unique vocalisations. New acoustic research is shedding light on the many mysteries that still surround forest elephant society. Will these endangered elephants finally speak out and tell Andrea what it is they need to survive?

59 minutes

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Mon 16 Jul 2018 16:30

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