Bob & Gina Poole answer your questions
As you might know from our previous posts and blog stories, Bob and Gina Poole are currently staying at Naboisho Campand following a family of elephant on their journey for a film for Nat Geo Wild. We asked you to leave your elephant related questions on our Facebook page and all of your responses were great!
Thank you to allof our fans who participated in this chance to have a world famous wildlife filmmaker answer your questions personally. Thank you to Bob and Gina for taking the time to give us all such great responses too.
We received so many questions that we have split the answers up into a few different categories, weintroduced our Q&A session with all behavioral questions relating to elephants, speaking on all the quirks that make them who they are! For the third and finalpart of our Q&A session we have Bob’s answers to all of the remaining questions that have not been answered yet.Enjoy the videos below.
1.What can be done to curb the over-population of Elephants all over Africa? Could sterilization be considered? – Dale
2.How does an elephant, which is such a heavy animal, make such little noise when moving? – Malcolm
3. Have you ever identified an individual elephant to be generally clumsy and a bit “left-handed” even at adulthood? Or is it just a matter of curiosity and excitement during tender years? – Alex & Sandra
4.Have you ever come across an “elephant graveyard”? Are these real? – Britta
To see the very first blog post with answers to Behavioural Questions please have a look here.If you would like to see the answers on poaching questions then please read the blog post here.
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