…then “Elephant Jumping On Trampoline” should be right up your alley. Thanks to Commenter Baileysgrandmom for the teep!
…and the elephants are very friendly. And, um, wet. XO, Risha S.
(She sent this snap in from her Nepal vaca. That’s her on the heffalump.)
Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Nope, not at all.
Teri C. shared this with us from her crush on YouTube.
Moses the African elephant was in rough shape and orphaned until he was found and adopted by the big family at the Jumbo Foundation.
Now he’s got it all – dogs, people, meelks, a big bed and lots of room to play and roam.
I always thought my family was a mishmash of wonderful weirdos until I saw these photos send in by Beverly W. via YAHOO! News.
Remember Scootin’ Bebeh Trunkster? He’s back, and he’s brought the family! Super photos at The Greater Makalali Private Game Reserve, South Africa from Alex T.
‘Cuz I’ve got lots of straws on me and I’m just fine.
My mom says I’m real strong.
Photo by Adam Berry of Getty Images
Just like this little guy is showing us! [Looks like he’s guzzling to me. -Ed]
Be safe out there tonight!
Sent in by Beverly W, who spotted the Denis Farrell photo on Yahoo! News.
Still not big enough for mom.
I love a good sequel, Mindy P. We’ll be sure to check in at Save Elephant Foundation to keep up with Navann’s hijinks!
If you are six days old, it’s your first bath and you’re an olyphant named Navann.
Navann, you are a superstar! Thank you, Mindy for sending in this excellent video. To keep up with Navann and all the elephants at Elephant Nature Park, visit Save Elephant Foundation.