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youreyesblazeout: “ Via Tim Booth Photography Brian Harman with Elsie at London Zoo. Brian was a zoo keeper for 48 years, 21 of which he has spent with elephants. In that time he has handles well over.

Unlikely friends, London Zoo, 1958.

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The Boy and the Elephant via Edward Grossi, indire.it: During a visit, on 20 November to a zoo in London, a child thoughtfully embraces the trunk of an old and gentle elephant. Some people actually have hearts

Why you should support World Elephant Day this year - Getaway Magazine

Why you should support World Elephant Day this year

After a quick head shake, the dust swirled in the morning light before casting a shadow through the elephant. Photo by Ross Couper

Road Rage. by Kit Wilde, via Flickr

Rhinos in hot pursuit, Erindi Game Reserve, Namibia. Photo by Kit Wilde. White rhinos can attain a speed of 31 mph, Indian rhinos get up to 34 mph, and black rhinos top out at 35 mph.

WHAT!  An outrage!!!  Did a dog lover/cat hater write this article?  Cats might make you go a little crazy, particularly when you're behind the wheel.

Cat owners more likely to experience road rage

An outrage! Did a dog lover/cat hater write this article? Cats might make you go a little crazy, particularly when you're behind the wheel.

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