Power-packed photos and prose transport readers to the dusty world of African elephants and a woman who studies such large mysteries as how they use their feet and trunks to communicate with other animals and sense distant thunder.  Throughout, O'Connell, Jackson, and Rodwell keep readers constantly engaged with curiosity sparked by the latest discoveries from the field.

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