Just Look at Him Now!: Our Elephant Kaavan Is Thriving at Sanctuary One Year On From His Wretched Existence at Islamabad Zoo
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Just Look at Him Now!: Our Elephant Kaavan Is Thriving at Sanctuary One Year On From His Wretched Existence at Islamabad Zoo

This is Kaavan, happy at sanctuary. The Sri Lankan bull elephant was rescued (by #FourPaws & #FreetheWild) from the #IslamabadZoo in Pakistan almost one year ago (29 Nov 2020).     As a captive zoo elephant for most of his life Kaavan, upon arrival at the Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary, had some adjustments to make. He … Continue reading »

Social Media, a High Profile Celebrity and a Song Helped #FreeKaavan: Can Other Captive & Zoo Elephants Benefit From This Wave of Compassion as Well? : #FreeLucy #FreeBilly #FreeMundi
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Social Media, a High Profile Celebrity and a Song Helped #FreeKaavan: Can Other Captive & Zoo Elephants Benefit From This Wave of Compassion as Well? : #FreeLucy #FreeBilly #FreeMundi

Social media helped save a zoo elephant; it didn’t hurt that Cher came onboard, writing the song ‘Walls’ for Kaavan who served as her inspiration. What caught Cher’s eye was a campaign on Twitter, which gained momentum from Facebook and from signatures on a petition site all in support of a Sri Lankan bull elephant … Continue reading »

“Mudder,” Original Watercolor & Ink Painting by Addison: Original Watercolor Elephant Painting
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“Mudder,” Original Watercolor & Ink Painting by Addison: Original Watercolor Elephant Painting

Artist: Addison Size: 4.0 X 3.0 inches Medium: Watercolor & Ink Colors:  nice green baby elephant in nice tan mud Featuring: “Little one’s first trip to the mud hole.”  Hairy baby elephant loves mud! Title: “Mudder,” Original Watercolor & Ink Painting by Addison: Original Watercolor Elephant Painting Featured at: ArtPal/Addison            Continue reading »

Animated Storybook: Elephant Pie by Hilda Offen: Part 2
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Animated Storybook: Elephant Pie by Hilda Offen: Part 2

Narrator: “Edward set off with the wheelbarrow.” (calling ‘Jojo, Jojo. Jojo where are you? Jojo where are you? ‘) (Edward comes upon five colorful fluttering parrots perched up high in a tree, chattering noisily before doing an about-face in unison and pointing to another tree) ‘We have seen her at the tree,’ shrieked some parrots … Continue reading »

Animated Storybook: Elephant Pie by Hilda Offen: Part 1
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Animated Storybook: Elephant Pie by Hilda Offen: Part 1

An endearing story about how a naughty baby elephant is saved by her big brother after she ends up in her mum’s fresh baked pie. And who are those crocodiles who ordered the birthday pie in the first place? Narrator: “Elephant Pie by Hilda Offen” ‘What would you like for your birthday, my dearest dear?‘ … Continue reading »

PALS, Original Watercolor & Ink Painting by Addison: Original Watercolor Elephant Painting
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PALS, Original Watercolor & Ink Painting by Addison: Original Watercolor Elephant Painting

Artist: Addison Size: 4.5 X 4.5 Medium: Watercolor & Ink Colors: muted red baby elephant & blue little elephant; tall green grasses with scattered red & mustard vegetation; muted blue cloudy sky Featuring: little elephants playing Title: PALS, Original Watercolor & Ink Painting by Addison: Original Watercolor Elephant Painting Featured at: ArtPal/Addison     Continue reading »

Children’s Classic, Unabridged: THE ELEPHANT’S CHILD or How the Elephant Got Its Trunk from JUST SO STORIES by Rudyard Kipling: Part 3
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Children’s Classic, Unabridged: THE ELEPHANT’S CHILD or How the Elephant Got Its Trunk from JUST SO STORIES by Rudyard Kipling: Part 3

So the Elephant’s Child went home across Africa frisking and whisking his trunk. When he wanted fruit to eat he pulled fruit down from a tree, instead of waiting for it to fall as he used to do. When he wanted grass he plucked grass up from the ground, instead of going on his knees … Continue reading »

Children’s Classic, Unabridged: THE ELEPHANT’S CHILD or How the Elephant Got Its Trunk by Rudyard Kipling: Part 2
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Children’s Classic, Unabridged: THE ELEPHANT’S CHILD or How the Elephant Got Its Trunk by Rudyard Kipling: Part 2

“‘Come hither, Little One,’ said the Crocodile, ‘for I am the Crocodile,’ and he wept crocodile-tears to show it was quite true. Then the Elephant’s Child grew all breathless, and panted, and kneeled down on the bank and said, ‘You are the very person I have been looking for all these long days. Will you … Continue reading »

Children’s Classic, Unabridged: THE ELEPHANT’S CHILD or How the Elephant Got Its Trunk from JUST SO STORIES by Rudyard Kipling: Part 1
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Children’s Classic, Unabridged: THE ELEPHANT’S CHILD or How the Elephant Got Its Trunk from JUST SO STORIES by Rudyard Kipling: Part 1

THE ELEPHANT’S CHILD  by Rudyard Kipling “IN the High and Far-Off Times the Elephant, O Best Beloved, had no trunk. He had only a blackish, bulgy nose, as big as a boot, that he could wriggle about from side to side; but he couldn’t pick up things with it. But there was one Elephant—a new … Continue reading »