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Initially, it appeared that elephant P53 genes and human P53 genes reacted similarly: Both set out to repair DNA flaws. But delving deeper, the investigators found that an elephant’s P53 genes were much more likely to play the role of assassin than doctor, killing off many more damaged cells than their human counterparts. Elephants can ‘catch yawns’ from familiar humans just like chimpanzees and dogs suggesting they are more similar to us than previously thought Elephant handlers were asked to yawn, fake yawn and. Humans are the only real predators of elephants. The fact that we continue to destroy the natural habitat where these animals live is upsetting.

Thanks to the efforts of many conservation groups pressure is being placed on governments. Human mini-brains were nice, smooth spheres, whereas Neanderthal brains were more like popcorn. The consequences are still not clear, but it does bring us to this point: brains are complicated. It is true that humans in parts of Asia have been able to tame elephants for thousands of years; as far back as 1997, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations described the. Elephants are about as friendly as humans.

Which means, they can be incredibly friendly. Also horrendously hostile and violent. Elephants are self-aware animals, and are highly intelligent. That means they are incredibly dangerous just like us.

Humans have often felt a kind of kinship and bond with elephants due to the level of emotion they sometimes seem to express, but it seems that there is another similarity between us and them: our chins. Families that stick together like that really is beautiful in itself. It’s even more beautiful with their amount of loyalty to each other.

Their loyalty shows their intelligence and how truly loving they are. 6. The way they communicate. Just like humans they’ve got a couple different ways of communicating. If you were an elephant living wild in a western city, you’d be confused and disgusted. like most woefully unsensual humans, use only your eyes, and then translate the visual images into.

Sedgwick County Zoo elephants Cinda, left, and Stephanie were a popular attraction at the Sedgwick County Zoo before Cinda died in 2014 leaving Stephanie the zoo’s lone elephant.

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On the other hand, many animal species like great apes, whales, dolphins, and elephants have similar cognitive, emotional, and psychological attributes to humans.

“Climate Change and the Voiceless: Protecting Future Generations, Wildlife, and Natural Resources” by Randall S. Abate
from Climate Change and the Voiceless: Protecting Future Generations, Wildlife, and Natural Resources
by Randall S. Abate
Cambridge University Press, 2019

And yet I suspect that we would be more indulgent and flexible over the matter of the rhinoceros than that of the elephant.

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from Kant and the Platypus: Essays on Language and Cognition
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But we could imagine that many lions, elephants, giraffes, and dolphins could, in fact, have better lives with human assistance, even if confined, than in their own habitats.

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But it would in fact take many real lions to bring down a healthy adult elephant.

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from Elephants and Kings: An Environmental History
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The mix of mammals must have been amazing—giant rodents, three species of camel, woolly mammoths, mastodons, long-horned bison, glyptodonts (armadillolike), huge lions and tapirs, cheetahs, saber-toothed cats, elephants, wolves, giant short-faced bears, and horses.

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by Cynthia Stokes Brown
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Given the space requirements of elephants and the small average numbers of elephants per zoo, this may not be achievable.

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from Biology, Medicine, and Surgery of Elephants
by Murray Fowler, Susan K. Mikota
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If elephants were left alone, they would eventually reach a balance with their environment.

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from The Last Tasmanian Tiger: The History and Extinction of the Thylacine
by Robert Paddle
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Perhaps elephants were domesticated then.

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Initially they would have had no fear response to humans at all, for an elephant that flees from a human-sized creature would spend all day running, and would uselessly expend much energy.

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We have only recently become aware that elephants have very calculated ways of using and moving through their environments.

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  • Not fun at all!!! These were bull craps done to all these giant creatures for years. The elephants were/are abused, tortured, beaten n mistreated in so many ways. Don’t ever support these idiot mahouts or even these sick places������

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  • Me sees elephant being trained in humane and respectful manner: yes take my money
    Fucking Karen: REEEEEE
    Poachers: Karen that’s my job

  • 0:36
    Cat:what why u laughing
    Girl: laughs
    Cat: u laughing because i went on a date with my boyfriend?!
    Girl: continues to laugh
    Cat: ARGHHHH

  • I can’t support this type of animal tourism or entertainment, even if “not allllll” it’s these kinds of animal attractions that continue the abuse of all elephants.

    Elephants are very sensitive and smart, they hurt just like humans do. And they don’t exist to be a prop for your next Facebook photo.

  • I’m starting to believe that modern evolutionary theory is false and that Hominins, Elephantids, and Delphinids (dolphins) all came from a single, hyper-intelligent mammal ancestor that just split into three different sub-species.

  • Chained, tortured to entertain humans! Stop cruelty against them! They are supposed to be lived with dignity, respect! Pls understand this! They are not meant for our entertainkent

  • The guy with the big crocodile in the water is by far the most impressive one. Lions and Bears are wild animal but a Crocodile is a total different league

  • When you rescue an animal, they never forget it and are thankful for it.
    When you rescue a human, he/she forgets it and or betrays you

  • I saw an elephant at a zoo when I was a kid. At the time they gave elephant rides. The one I rode was pretty smelly. I also rode a camel at the same zoo.

  • Animals understand kindness thousand times better than humans and appreciate it but humans thousand times see kindness and never appreciate it.

  • Elephant Rembrandt was cool, the dance floor in Israel collapsing was unexpected and I remember it being on the news worldwide but the one that hit me the most was that policeman saving that suicidal person from jumping of that wall as I did the same saving someone’s life as that person was ready to jump off a high rise building. That took a lot of convincing and I was also scared that I might have pushed that person further into doing it. The result was a happy ending and relief.

  • Elephants are amazing and beautiful animals. I have a WWF stuffed elephant named Ella. I couldn’t afford the expensive donation to get one, but I found one of them on eBay as a keepsake of my favorite animal. �� If I had money I would definitely donate to save them…and maybe someday to bring their cousins the woolly mammoths back. ❤

  • I am deciding to have a lion family member as my pet….. ����

    Hey come down ur expectations are very high….
    It’s just a cat�� ������

  • Meh, don’t like to see “trained” elephants. If it’s like a sanctuary where they can be themselves then it’s okay (like the one in the puddle who playfully pushed the girl in the water), otherwise… no, they don’t have to be a toy for tourist.

  • Sebentar mohon maaf bukan sok tau atau kepo saya ini maaf sekali lagi, saya melihat sampul depan vidio ini jelas terlihat sinar mata sang raja hutan itu yg tidak menampakan kondisi senang ketika dipeluk dan diciumnya bahkan ( maaf kalau saya kepo ) jelas terlihat, jadi tetaplah waspada dia liar dan tanpa konpromian, besar kemungkin naluri buasnya masih maaf