A testament to wild women power

A rare gathering of several herds of elephants on the Serengeti. Adult females form tight bonds and are led by a matriarch while adult male elephants lead separate lives. — MARTIN CARVALHO/The Star

THEY say it takes a woman’s touch to make the world a better place. Well, for some, that woman’s touch could mean the difference between life and death.

The National Geographic channel’s latest TV show Queens tells the story of female heroes, both in the animal world and behind the camera.

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