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Elephant Compost Educational Outreach at Home Depot

Elephant Compost Booth at Home Depot
Elephant Compost Booth at Home Depot
Unlike the primate hand, the elephant’s grasping organ is also its nose. Elephants use their trunks not only to reach food but also to sniff and touch it. With their unparalleled sense of smell, the animals know exactly what they are going for. Vision is secondary.

Frans de Waal

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Thanks to Home Depot!

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