Secrets of the savanna twenty-three years in the African wilderness unraveling the mysteries of elephants and people
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SummaryIn this riveting real-life adventure, Mark and Delia Owens tell the dramatic story of their last years in Africa, fighting to save elephants, villagers, and - in the end - themselves. The award-winning zoologists and pioneering conservationists describe their work in the remote and ruggedly beautiful Luangwa Valley, in northeastern Zambia. There they studied the mysteries of the elephant population's recovery after poaching, discovering remarkable similarities between humans and elephants. A young elephant named Gift provided the clue to help them crack the animals' secret of survival. A stirring portrait of life in Africa, this is a remarkable record of the Owenses's unique passions.
Owens, Mark, 1944-
African elephant Conservation Luangwa River Valley (Zambia and Mozambique)
African elephant Effect of hunting on Luangwa River Valley (Zambia and Mozambique)
Nature conservation Economic aspects Luangwa River Valley (Zambia and Mozambique)
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