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Vancouver woman crowd funds to save elephant only to learn elephant is fine
For 40 minutes each day at a zoo in Tokyo, Japan's oldest elephant transforms from a bored, zombie-like state to flapping her ears and making huffing sounds, says a Vancouver woman who led a global campaign to improve the animal's welfare. Hanako ...
Adorable baby PINK elephant is at home with its herd despite its differences
For a family day out, this little baby elephant is really in the pink - thanks to its striking skin colour. But no one seems to notice it's hue is different from the usual elephant grey tone that the others are sporting.
Maggie, the Alaska Zoo's old elephant, is loving retirement
Maggie is living at the Performing Animals Welfare Society Wildlife Sanctuary in California.
Ordinary Elephant is anything but ordinary
"It's kind of like a metaphor I guess, because even an ordinary elephant is is really amazing," Crystal said."There are a lot of things in life that way, so it is just kind of to remind us of that." Becoming nomads.
Excitement as first elephant is sighted in Somalia two decades later
There has been quite an excitement in Somalia and among animal conservationist after the first wild animal crossed over into the country from Kenya.

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