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Do they know something we don't?

Animals' senses may have helped them survive

By Christine Kenneally
Globe Correspondent / January 11, 2005

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Before the devastating wall of water hit a beachfront in Thailand last month, elephants carrying tourists ran for a nearby hill, saving their passengers, according to news reports. At Yala National Park in Sri Lanka, dozens of men, women and children were killed as the lodge was literally flattened, but virtually all the elephants, buffalo and deer survived. In a ... (Full article: 885 words)

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