West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 17, I May Have to Shoot Him Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 17, I May Have to Shoot Him Summary and Analysis

Beryl had the opinion that it was crazy for men to hunt elephant, considering the size difference between the two animals. Beryl also mentions that elephants appear to bury or hide their dead because the only dead elephants anyone has ever seen have been the ones killed on safari for their tusks. Beryl believed that these stories were just legend designed by the imaginations of people who hunted their ivory. Beryl was the first person to scout elephant by plane and she noticed that the elephants would attempt to guard the male elephants, the ones with the best tusks, from the plane in order to protect themselves from the humans.

After arriving at the camp, Beryl and Blix climbed back into the plane in order to scout...

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