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Wow! This video is so totally amazing. I am very happy to have come across your site. I am what some call "an elephant addict" have been all my life and proud of it :-)
Thank you for such wondrous sharing.
Many Blessings!

It's an interesting take on the animal communication. There are still a lot to learn.

I just wanted to take the time to say thank you!! I am so unbelievable happy I stumbled across your site. I am thankful to know there are others out there that have an appreciation for elephants. I feel your site will help me be more knowlegable about these subjects and hope I will have a deeper relationship because of it. Thank you so so much!

We shouldn't pattern animal communication on human methodology. I think there's an entirely different take to it.

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