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Our Neighbours Are Elephants!

Globally, cities continue to grow. Can wildlife and humans live together as cities spread? Julian Rush asks what should be done if your new neighbour turns out to be a wild animal.

Urban sprawl is now impacting on the habitats of wildlife in countries around the world, so how can wildlife and city dwellers live together?

Reports from cities around the world ask what should be done if your new next door neighbours turn out to be wild animals: Bob Walker reports from Malaysia on the Management and Ecology of Malaysian Elephants project that Nottingham University are working on to find out what is being done there to maintain a harmonius balance between humans and huge beasts that can cause a lot of damage.

Julian Rush discovers if animals and humans can live harmoniously as cities spread across their habitats.

Presenter: Julian Rush
Producer: Steve Peacock.

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30 minutes

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Wed 23 Oct 2013 21:00

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