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Elephant Communication – Reunited after 20 years

Have you ever wondered about elephant communication?

The Dallas Zoo had an elephant, named Jenny, who was alone for 22 years after they had sent one elephant to another zoo for mating. There was talk about sending her to a zoo in Mexico, but the outcry from animal lovers prevented that. Now, finally, there are 2 more elephants.

What a moving video of 2 elephants reunited after 22 years!

While this reunion is beautiful, there is an underlying, gut-wrenching pathos. Elephants are very social animals and crave company, caring, and support from their own kind which they ordinarily share. Isolation, like their all-to-frequent treatment in circuses, is unconscionable torture. It is cruel to deprive an elephant of a companion … but for 22 years? It is nearly barbaric.

Can you imagine the loneliness these animals felt to have been isolated for so long when they are naturally loving toward all members of their troop. At least now they each have companions to spend their days with.

Elephant communication is a critical part of the herd dynamics, and social structure.  They talk to each other all the time, and do not do well in isolation.

It’s very rare for elephants to display this kind of emotion in captivity.

It’s probably the first time such a thing has been documented on film. Jenny and Shirley were elephants at the same circus when Jenny was a calf, and Shirley was in her twenties. The two lived one winter together, but then were separated twenty-two years ago. May Shirley live many more years to enjoy fully what she has longed for nearly a quarter of a century.

I strongly suggest that if you have not yet started your own epic journey into the wonderful world of animal communication, you begin with the Heart School of Animal Communication complete Beginning Core Foundations Course.

What if you already have a beginning course?

Then your next step is to discover how to apply your intuitive skills to help heal animals in pain, solve behavior problems, connect and communicate faster, work with groups of animals, prepare for transitions and reconnect in the afterlife.

If you’re ready for the next step on your journey, it’s time to go for the Advanced Animal Talk Mastery Course.

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I am teary-eyed after watching this video. Elephants seem to have a very evolved “consciousness”, and it greives me that we as humans have not been kind to them and our other animal friends. I am especially compassionate where elephants are concerned, and am very pleased to witness the happy reunion of Jennie and Shirley (although I am still saddened by the fact that Jenny was alone for 22 years).

Christine Shaw

I am teary-eyed after watching this video. Elephants seem to have a very evolved “consciousness”, and it greives me that we as humans have not been kind to them and our other animal friends. I am especially compassionate where elephants are concerned, and am very pleased to witness the happy reunion of Jennie and Shirley (although I am still saddened by the fact that Jenny was alone for 22 years).

Christine Shaw

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