Sniffing

Monitoring

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An individual who is monitoring an event, situation or interaction or contemplating a sound, smell or object exhibits a constellation of displays including: Listening, Eye-Opening or....
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Sniff-Toward

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Using the trunk to sniff towards an individual, object or scent of interest. This is the most frequently used form of sniffing. The trunk is held relatively straight and pointed in the....
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Explore-Touch

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Using the trunk or the foot (typically the hind foot) to investigate, touch, stroke an object (155a). Use of the hind foot is often seen in play associated with Kick-Back, and as a form of....
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Periscope-Sniff

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Lifting trunk up in an s-shape to detect scents carried on the wind, including for instance rain or predators (148a); particularly used when meeting strangers, potential dangers or if....
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Horizontal-Sniff

Reaching out with a full extension of trunk to inspect an object or scent that the elephant apparently does not wish to approach. The elephant typically stretches its body in the....
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J-Sniff

Usually holding the trunk in a relaxed position (hanging down, resting on the ground or over a trunk) but with the tip of the trunk typically curled under and around to point in the....
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Tracking

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Musth male persistently following the scent of another, and actively scenting with trunk by sweeping the ground and or scanning the air.....
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J-Sniff

A roar occurs in the midst of commotion in a distant group.

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Tracking

Sioma in musth threatens the car.

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