Elephants in Sumatra felt the tsunami coming and startedtrumpeting, alerting local people to the coming danger.Tourists were riding about a dozen of the elephants, whichsuddenly turned and ran away from the beach. Others brokethe heavy chains on their legs and stampeded, but somestopped and picked up people with their trunks, depositingthem on their backs, before they ran.

This is one of a building number of examples of animalstaking action to save themselves and others throughout thestricken region of the tsunami. Clearly, the animals aremuch more in touch with earth than we are. We need to taketheir example to heart.

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