Translating Human Languages into Elephant Gestures
on 13 September 2017
Thanks to the "Hello in Elephant" website, launched back in August, it's very easy to translate human words—and emotions—to elephant gestures. A project developed by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and ElephantVoices, the site also contains a service that allows visitors to send these gesture videos to loved ones. It's altogether remarkable, educational and beautiful. The real goal, however, is to raise awareness of elephant poaching and human conflict—with a decline from 400,000 today to 190,000 in 2025 predicted.