The Elephant Whisperer - Chapters 13 through 18 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Anthony
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Things were better with the elephants. The herd was settled and the poachers had been chased off for the time being. Lawrence was in talks with surrounding farmers to make their land in to a game reserve. Lawrence was able return his attention to his main role: running an African wildlife reserve. He still devoted much of his time to the elephants who were flourishing.

One obvious result of the absence of the poachers was that antelopes, wildebeest and impala began to venture out sensing that the danger was gone. At night there were leopards, lynx and hyenas. Lawrence was relieved to see that despite the heavy poaching that had gone on, there were still healthy populations of the various species. It was amazing that the animals knew that the poaching threat had passed and came out knowing that it was safe. Lawrence...

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