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Tiny elephant put under the microscope

Posted on Sunday, 15 January, 2006 | Comment icon 3 comments

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"First they suffered the indignity of having tranquillising darts fired into their rumps."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Welsh Shaun on 15 January, 2006, 13:40
shows that well-managed logging and wildlife can get along together. Mmmm!!! wouldnt quite go that far!
Comment icon #2 Posted by dnb420 on 15 January, 2006, 20:22
wow thats soo weird welsh, i just came to do the same exact thing. "which shows that well-managed logging and wildlife can get along together." soo pathetic..i want to email the author and display my disgust with such a comment.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Odinson on 15 January, 2006, 21:48
Wish he would've said how "tiny" these elephants are.

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