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Painting the Painted Dogs - Artistic Study of An Endangered Hunter
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Elephant damage  
Friday, October 5, 2007
Elephants are notoriously destructive feeders. They tear down trees, ringbark trees and dig huge holes. This is typical of what an area can look like when elephants have passed by. In the rainy season most of these bushes and trees will sprout new leaves but very few will ever grow into full-sized trees and in this way elephants can change their own habitat.
 
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AFC Flag Expedition #5:
Painting the Painted Dogs - Artistic Study of An Endangered Hunter™
AFC Flag Expedition Artist and AFC Flag Ambassador: Alison Nicholls
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