Mystery Explored: When Elephants Attack
Expedition Dates: May 13 - 28, 2008


Over the last 3 decades, the number of Elephant attacks has increased dramatically in Africa and Asia. Once considered peaceful, noble animals, Elephants have suddenly begun attacking and killing humans in record numbers — and no one knows why. I went to Kenya, East Africa, to get a better sense of the problem and to explore what some hope are solutions.

Sponsoring Institution: Discovery Channel

Experts involved:
Mr. Daniel Lentipo, Save The Elephants
Mr. Dickson Kaelo, Conservationist
Mr. Sankale Ole Ntutu, Maasai Chief
Mrs. Anne Kent Taylor, Anti-poaching Expert
Mr. Ralph Helfer, Animal expert
Mr. Masha, Samburu Elephant Clan
Mr. Michael Koikai, Chief Warden, Masai Mara
Dame Dr. Daphne Sheldrick, Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Dr. Noah Sitati, World Wildlife Fund
Ms. Lucy King, Zoologist
Mr. Jake Wall, Save The Elephants

Locations Visited:
Nairobi, Kenya
Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
Nairobi National Park, Kenya
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Kenya
Maji Moto, Kenya



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