Southern India, 1999

We traveled to Nagarhole National Park in southern India during April of 1999 to help a group of scientists investigating how elephants communicate with each other. They believe that elephants make ultra-low frequency sounds that are inaudible to humans but travel well (3-5 kms) through the earth to other elephants. Along the way, we were able to photograph animal activity in the park.

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Mahabalipuram carving
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Arjuna's Penance
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Mamallapuram Shore Temple
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Crocodile Bank
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Mysore Street
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Lalitha Mahal Palace
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Shaker setup
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Elephants at Sunset
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Grey langhurs
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Male Asian Elephant
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Elephants splashing
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Broken Tusk
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Barking Deer
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Calotes
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Musth Bull
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Musth bull and females
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Water supply
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Country Road
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Musth Bull
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Sambar Deer
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Mounting elephant
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Bareback ride
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Sloth Bear
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Tree Frog
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Malabar Giant Squirrel
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Chital Stag
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Gaur in road
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Bonnet macaques
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Juvenile elephant
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Mysore Market
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Dye Shop
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Mysore garlands
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Group Photo
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Fisherman's Cove
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Counting fish
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Beach braiding






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