Elephants and beetles in South Africa

The second time I visited Addo, I saw the work of dung beetles and was very impressed. Addo is a MUST see! The first time you see an elephant walking in its natural environment, it’ll take your breath away.

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This video from South Africa is called Addo Elephant National Park – The Experience.

By Peter Frost in Britain:

The beetles that saved the world

Friday 30th May 2014

PETER FROST unravels the ecological travails of the elephants’ symbiotic companions in Addo National Park

Let you introduce you to my young friend William, he might only be 10 but he has a smart head on his shoulders.

When I taught a lesson for his class at the village school on our local 1923 Braunston canal boat strike William came out tops with his knowledge of both the strike and the labour movement in general.

Our last conversation, however, was about Darwinism, evolution and related themes. William was puzzled. He learnt most about the subject not at school but from TV programmes but he didn’t fully grasp the complicated idea of natural selection.

Although the science intrigued him…

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