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A view from within an elephant"s ear

James Roy Thompson

A view from within an elephant"s ear

two minute stories of observation, reflection, inspiration and humor

by James Roy Thompson

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by JRT Publications, Distributed by Granite Pub. & Distribution in [West Chester, PA], Orem, UT .
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    Subjects:
  • Essays,
  • Mormon authors,
  • Anecdotes

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTwo minute stories of observation, reflection, inspiration and humor.
    StatementJames Roy Thompson
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBD431 .T297 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 166 p. ;
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24953787M
    ISBN 101576360482
    ISBN 109781576360484
    LC Control Number97062296
    OCLC/WorldCa39475311

    Elephants Indian. 11 11 0. Elephant 3D Render. 19 6 Elephant Savannah. 6 7 1. Elephant Wild Animal. 7 15 0. Africa African Bush. 15 11 8. Rough. 6 9 0. Elephant Proboscidea. 4 6 3. Elephant Eye Animal. 2 1 1. Elephant Pachyderm. 7 1 Elephant Ear Blossom. 7 18 0. Free images of Elephant Ear. Discover African Elephants Diorama in New York, New York: This magnificent herd of stampeding elephants has been frozen in time for over a century. the men first heard an ear-splitting cry and.

      Eric Peterson, elephant manager at the Hogle Zoo, shows blood he took from Christie's ear in the Elephant Encounters exhibit at the Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City, March Researchers periodically draw blood from one of the ears of Christie, and the other African elephants being used in Schiffman’s study. Kim Raff for Newsweek. The Truth About Elephants book. Did you know that an elephant's tusks never stop growing? Did you know that elephants can sometimes purr like giant cats? And that they use six sets of teeth throughout their lives? Impress your friends and teachers with these facts and more in this wildly entertaining (not to mention hilarious) nonfiction picture book offering everything you want to know about.

    In the book What Elephants Know what did they put on Ritu so they would hear her if she ran off into the jungle? a cowbell, page In the book What Elephants Know what is the name of the second Rhino at the stable? Rona, page It was Broken Ear and her family, a group of twenty elephants, headed purposefully toward the water. I noted when Broken Ear arrived and watched as her family assembled around the water. Being the matriarch, Broken Ear occupied the outflow of the artesian well, which was controlled in the dry season to sustain the large number of animals that.


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Elephants are grayish to brown in color, and their body hair is sparse and coarse. They are found most often in the savannas, grasslands, and.

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Each elephants ear is unique and different to any other elephants ear. They are used just like fingerprints on a human as a type of identification. On a boat trip on the Zambezi River, we noted a herd of elephants on the shore. I have a picture of two of the elephants with their ears almost pinned back with their trunks tucked in.

As the herd departed the shoreline, two of the larger elephants stayed behind and with one leg made circular motions while kind of staring at us.

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Details *. Using NASA's tragic accidents and Enron's bankruptcy as examples of the price of not having open, constructive dialogue, The Thin Book of® Naming Elephants shows how great companies create an environment that encourages and listens to input from all levels of the organization.

The BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill provides another case study that could apply to any of the concepts in this book. Aristotle characterized the elephant as “the beast which passeth all others in wit and mind” and the animal has long figured in cultural artifacts, even on continents it has never inhabited.

Now Elephant provides an engaging look at the elephant’s long legacy. The image of the elephant can be found throughout world cultures as a symbol of intelligence, strength, and loyalty.

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Elephants are mammals of the family Elephantidae and the largest existing land animals. Three species are currently recognised: the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant, and the Asian ntidae is the only surviving family of the order Proboscidea; extinct members include the family Elephantidae also contains several now-extinct groups, including the.

Graveyards are a myth but elephants clearly show interest in the remains of the dead. All living organisms are related to hyraxes. View image of A. Elephant ear may refer to. The ear of an elephant; Plants. Several genera in the family Araceae (Arums). Alocasia, genus of broad-leaved perennials in tropical & subtropical Asia to Eastern Australia; Caladium, ornamental plants with arrowhead-shaped leaves originally from South America; Colocasia (taro), a genus of flowering plants native to tropical Polynesia and southeastern Asia.

Each year from toan estimated elephants were slaughtered in Zambia's Luangwa Valley for their ivory tusks, skin, tails and feet; inonly 12 were killed in this fashion.

No littl. elephant's-ear: see arum. Source for information on elephant's-ear: The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. dictionary. The popular myth that elephants love buns probably stems from this peculiarity. Salt is essential and the elephant shows a distinct liking for it.

The elephants digestion system is quite inefficient and only around 50% of the fodder eaten is utilised. Cold climates cause stomach aches. Some elephants will even peel fruit before eating.The title, Water for Elephants, is almost a little inside joke with the reader once we've finished the book, thatthe book's narrator and protagonist, worked as a vet and trainer of sorts at a circus.

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