“Elephant plays fetch with her puppy pal!” (Photos)

Via elephant journal
on Sep 15, 2013
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Bonus fact:

“Elephants have skin like a car tire. According to wikipedia it’s about 2.5cm (1 inch) thick. They also have a thick layer of fat beneath the skin.”

And, a video:


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5 Responses to ““Elephant plays fetch with her puppy pal!” (Photos)”

  1. Nadia says:

    this is truly a delight. i have shared this 4 times today. first let me say congratulations on being names to shana's list of must-read blogs for 2012. and also a congrats on this site, very well done and very informative. i especially like: "… work together to create enlightened society. thank you for bringing joy to my day.

  2. Patricia says:

    Oh my goodness. This is so heartwarming. I'm sharing, sharing, sharing. What a great pick me up. Definitely important to get the message out regarding ivory … we need a kinder gentler society.

  3. Bentley Beasley says:

    Friendships are always possible!

    Great example here. Thanks to those that shared this wonderful video.


  4. Joan Silva says:

    Love this. The animal world gets that we're all connected

  5. Charles Goings says:

    This is great! You can see that Bubbles is very well cared for. She has no pink spots which are sign of definite abuse. I give this organization much praise. This made my morning!