“Many people didn’t realize that these elephants actually existed” With ivory to the ground and weighing at least 100 lbs per tusk, the ‘super tusker’ elephant is the closest thing to a pre-historic creature that still resides on this planet. Yet, there only remain a handful of them in Kenya as they face immense pressure and challenges. This is the story of the few remaining super tuskers in Kenya and those who work to protect them. The elephants symbolize an important conversation about the fight for space between humans and all wildlife as our global population continues to increase. We hope this film reminds us of the extraordinary living creatures that we share on this planet of ours – and that its existence is one worth fighting for. For more info or to help support Tsavo Trust, please visit: http://bit.ly/35b9YFw Behind-the-scenes: http://bit.ly/31ZoRca _ _ _ _ _ Tsavo Trust Co-Founder & CEO: Richard Moller Director / Cinematographer: Goh Iromoto
 Camera Operator / Sound Recordist / Camera Assistant: Courtney Iromoto Additional Super Tusker Footage: William Burrard-Lucas Editor: Scott Edwards • Outsider Editorial 
Executive Producer: Kristina Anzlinger Colourist: Jason Zukowski • Redlab
 Producer: Valerie Moss 
Executive Producer: Cynthia Verona Sound Design & Mix: Joe barrucco • Timeline Audio Online Artist: Jay Smith • Upstate Music: ‘Lachrymosia’ by Slow Meadow ‘Atlas’ by Andrew Seistrup Special Thanks: Lugard Joseph Kyalo Kimaile Nick Trent Nic Cahill Vanessa Moller Tsavo Trust Staff Kenya Wildlife Services Kamungi Conservancy Shirango Conservancy Bush & Beyond Emma & Anton Childs Mike Reid Rob Wilson 
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