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Tamara Winter
Interesting tidbit about Zambia: many of the main roads, particularly in more remote areas, were first paved by...elephants. Since elephants tend to choose the easiest path to their destination, they’re more or less nature’s engineers.
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Tamara Winter 2 Dec 18
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Architecture appreciation: Zambian edition
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Tamara Winter 3 Dec 18
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Spotted: the most insidious Western imperialism
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Kam 🏳️‍🌈 2 Dec 18
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So elephants are pretty much the exact opposite of cats then.
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David Johnson 3 Dec 18
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Good tweet!
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Wil Chung 26 Dec 18
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What happens to the elephants? Do they still travel on the same path without fear? Or do they have to find an alternative route?
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Chris Fraser 2 Dec 18
Actually the poachers did that by providing environmental pressures that favors not growing tusks. They would have been better off farming the elephants.
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