THE SENSES OF THE SAVANNAH
Sight. Smell. Taste. Touch. Hearing. How do animals use their five senses in the savannah?
As one might have guessed, it is impossible to generalize since each specie has developed the senses most appropriate to its specificities in order to survive, and quite often at the expense of others which withered.
Never before has the African wildlife been scrutinized under such an original angle and, of course, the outcome is full of surprises and oddities.