Digital Earth: Elephant Landscapes

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Denver Museum of Nature & Science says
Two species emerged on the African savannas 5 to 7 million years ago: the ancestor of modern elephants and an upright walking ape who eventually gave rise to the elephant’s most feared hunter, Homo sapiens. Although each lineage spread out of the continent and diversified around the world, today we question whether these two animals can continue to live side-by-side.

Join biologist Shermin de Silva as she shares her unique research on elephant conservation. Her story will be enhanced by immersive global satellite images of elephant range countries.

Tickets: http://www.dmns.org/learn/adults/after-hours/digital-earth-elephant-landscapes/
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By: Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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