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What It Takes to Drive an Elephant

In ancient times, elephants were trained mainly for warfare. In modern India, they are trained to work.

What It Takes to Drive an Elephant

AS A mahout, or elephant driver, cooked his meal by the side of the Narmada River, he left his child between the trunk and forefeet of his resting elephant. The child repeatedly tried to move away, but “the recumbent elephant gently curled its tr

Work elephants have been in the service of man from as early as 2000 B.C.E. In ancient times, elephants were trained mainly for warfare. In modern India, they are trained to work. They are used in the logging industry, at religious festivals and ...

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