Elephant as photographer

From the Daily Mail: Smile you’re on ele-vision: How a camera attached to an elephant’s trunk captured amazing jungle views.

We revealed the amazing story of how four tiger cubs were captured on special cameras in logs carried by elephants – giving the most intimate insight into their early lives ever recorded.

Now, we show for the first time other creatures of the jungle caught in this extraordinary – and pioneering – way.

Cheeky langur monkeys, a rare sloth bear, spotted deer and a leopard with her cub are just some of the other animals that film-maker John Downer came across in his fascinating experiment. [continue, see photos]

2 thoughts on “Elephant as photographer

  1. That is so cool! But obviously he needn’t have taken the trouble to camouflage his cameras. Looks like the animals were quite curious about them.

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