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The ‘Elephant Listening Project’ captures the animal’s secret language on film

22
Apr
2014

Elephants might have their own language, one thats communicated through a series of ultra low-frequency rumbles. A new study called the Elephant Listening Project (ELP) is attempting to decode Dumbo by analyzing over 300,000 hours of audio captured from infrasonic (super sensitive) microphones hidden in trees in the forests of Africa.

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