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Description:These elephants and many more travelled for days to pay their respects to a man that had saved many of their lives. Upon his death, they visited his home to mourn and stayed a few days. There is no explanation as to how they knew he had died, or even how they found where he was living. Scientists only could comment in total wonder that obviously, there is much we do not know about the animal kingdom and their abilities.
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2013-01-26 08:29:53
I have found three previous posts of this photo to Pixdaus, all of them being well before the death of Anthony Lawrence on 2 March 2012. It has been uploaded and posted to Pixdaus by "Cumulo Nimbus", "Lilly" and "Ru". The photo was taken by Kurt Voolpolder in Botswana in 1989. Voorpolder held (and presumably still holds) the copyright. He has never granted permission to anybody to upload this photo to Pixdaus, in fact he is on records as having actually refused such permission to both "Jujuba" and "Picture Girl". Anthony Lawrence lived on the "Thula-thula" game reserve in South Africa and this is where the herd of elephants, associated with him, lived as well. This photo has no connection with A. Lawrence whatsoever.
2013-01-26 07:49:18
Sorry Bob, Anthony Lawrence died on 2 March 2012, this photo had already been posted to Pixdaus at least twice BEFORE that date. Anthony Lawrence became known as the Elephant Whisperer and developed an exceptional connection with elephants. However this photograph had nothing to do with it at all.
2013-01-26 04:37:47
It is a very good photo, however.
2013-01-26 04:36:24
Ist of all, this photo is a repost, it has been on Pixdaus at least twice before. 2nd, but not least, the information under the description is pure bunk with no truth at all.