Elephants on the Run 1x50
Tanzania, one of the very few unspoiled countries in the world, is home to the largest elephant population in the world. Elephants are among the most exuberantly expressive of creatures. Joy,
anger, grief, compassion, and love—the finest emotions reside within these massive creatures. In the Serengeti, the elephants live easy lives protected by the park’s boundaries. Only the young can be in danger from hungry predators. The whole family works together to protect and provide for the young ones, but the matriarch passes on the most important gift: her wisdom. Most importantly, she teaches her children the routes to take in search of water, for without water, the elephants cannot survive. In Elephants on the Run we take a close look at the elephants’ family structure, the problems they face and their determination to live.