Quotable quote: “On a walking safari at Elewana Loisaba Tented Camp . . . I was delighted as always by sightings of zebras, giraffes, and elephants, but what had really grabbed my attention was the weird, wondrous, and often impressively abundant piles of animal defecation.
“Under the tutelage of Samuel Lengalai, my Samburu guide who goes by the nickname “Brown,” I could soon identify hyena poop, recognize elephant poop, and — I’m really proud of this one — distinguish between plains zebra and Grevy’s zebra droppings.”
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