AN ELEPHANT NEVER FORGETS
© 2002 Patricia Gould
24 X 24 inches
I took this haunting photo of the elephant skull at the entrance to Tarangire National Park in Tanzania in 1989. The skull was a strong statement regarding the devastation of a magnificent species. In 1900, it is estimated that elephants in Africa numbered between 5 – 10 million. By 1979, that had dwindled to 1.3 million and ten years later, to only 600,000.
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