Elephants’ footprints leave behind tiny oases for aquatic life
They’re no mere puddlesChrister Fredriksson/Lonely Planet/GettyBy Karl GruberThat’s one small step for an elephant, but a giant leap for the survival of tiny aquatic animals. In the swamp forests of Kibale National Park, Uganda, every step elephants take can give rise to a footprint-shaped mini-pond, holding up to 200 litres of water and dozens of...
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