Intervention

Covering

Collecting vegetation in the trunk or gathering dirt with the feet or tusks and covering the bodies of dead elephants or humans.....
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Trample-Ground

A vigorous scraping or trampling of the ground following the killing of a person (or other animal?) by an elephant. (145b) This action may also be seen following the birth of a baby.....
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Lifting

Attempting to lift or carry an injured, dying or dead elephant by using the feet, tusks or trunk.....
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Food-Sharing

An individual purposefully dropping food, offering food, or putting food into the mouth of another individual who is begging vocally or gesturally (see Solicit-Food) or to one who is....
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Body-Mounting

A male with an erection placing his forelegs on top of a dead elephant possibly in an attempt to rouse it.....
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Body-Guarding

Standing by or over the body of a dead elephant (or other animal or person) and protecting it from the approaches of predators or other elephants, and threatening approaching individuals....
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Body-Guarding

Enid and Eleanor participate in a series of cadenced-rumbles, part of hour-long vocal exchange through which they work together to turn the entire group around.