The latest chapter in the story of Echo the female elephant in the Kenyan National Park of Amboseli. Scientist
Cynthia Moss makes a surprising discovery about the 59-year-old matriarch's apparent decline.
From cinematic gems to amateur footage and poignant last shots of vanished animals, Bill Oddie explores how societal attitudes have shaped wildlife filming over the past century.
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