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Your Site made me go "Wow" I taught I loved elephants! But, you take the cake. I envy you because, you looked like had a wonderful time with the elephants at Oakland Zoo. I hope you go on that Safari in twelve years with your nephew. I also love your name Jaya and you are "victorius". Thanks for the info. Please check out these little cuties and tell your friends. http://www.myshopkart.net/bmshepp/product_info.php?cPath=2439548_2439781&products_id=32175263

The poo has a large quantity of water and fiber (actually make paper from elnaphet poo) so the elnaphet might have done it to get a bit more to drink or something extra to eat.

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  • Jaya Savannah in Samburu, Kenya
Jaya Savannah

I'm passionate about wild elephant conservation. It's something that has overtaken my heart and soul. After a trip to Kenya, where I went to see wild elephants and meet some of my conservationist heroes, I returned to Northern California, asking, "What can I do to help?" So I began writing.

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