Rescued Elephant Beats The Odds

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Apr 192016

A rescued baby elephant, named Ellie, beats the odds with the help of his German Shepherd companion.


Everyone loves a canine companion, and this baby elephant is no exception! The tiny pachyderm arrived at the Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage in South Africa after being rejected by his herd. Critically ill, the youngster had very little chance of survival. But thanks to round-the-clock care from sanctuary staff, and a bit of help from a special canine companion, the baby elephant is on the road to a full recovery.


Joke Of The Day: Bizarre Bank Robbery

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Mar 042014
Rubber Chicken The town’s bank manager called the police station to report a robbery.

‘You’ll never believe what happened, Sergeant. A truck backed up to my bank, the doors opened. Out comes these robbers and they lead an elephant out of the truck. The elephant then breaks through my plate glass window, sticks his trunk in, sucks up all the money. Then the gang lead the elephant back into the truck. The robbers close the truck doors and the truck pulled away.’

The desk sergeant said, ‘Could you tell me, for identification purposes, whether it was an African elephant or an Indian elephant?’

‘How can you tell the difference?’ asked the bank manager.

‘Well,’ said the sergeant, ‘The African elephant has great big ears whereas the Indian elephant has little ears. So which kind of elephant was used in the robbery?’

‘How should I know? I couldn’t see his ears,’ said the bank manager. ‘He had a stocking over his head.’



Elephant Overturns Car In Kruger National Park

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Jan 172014
Elephant Overturns Car In Kruger National Park

An angry elephant was caught on video overturning a small blue Volkswagen at South Africa’s famous Kruger National Park.

They are called wild animals for a reason!

A raging bull elephant was caught on camera overturning a tourist car in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. British teacher Sarah Brooks and her fiance were on a safari trip and were driving behind the elephant when the animal turned around and charged at their car. They managed to survive the attack but the elephant had to be put down. The whole thing was filmed by tourists in the car behind