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Listening to Elephants, Part 2

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Listening to Elephants, Part 2

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Listening to Elephants, Part 2

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In the second of a two part, NPR and National Geographic Expeditions story, Host Alex Chadwick reports on Cornell researcher Kathy Payne, who uses sound recorders to track African elephants. Her elephant listening project may revolutionize the study of wildlife in remote places.

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