Elephants don't forget. Let's not forget them. | Chicken Newspaper for Children
An elephant’s memory and intelligence is the key to its survival. In the wild each herd is led by one older female, or matriarch. When they come across another group of elephants, the matriarch will get into a defensive position because she realises that those elephants could threaten the safety of the herd. Elephants can recognise and keep track of as many as 30 of their companions. Psychologist Richard Byrne, one of the scientists who took part in a study on elephant behaviour said, “Imagine taking your family to a crowded department store and the Christmas sales are on,”… “What a job to keep Read more