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I've never seen this before.

As a new arrival at an elephant's sanctuary, the rescuee is surrounded by fellow inhabitants of the park, and, as elephants tend to be very welcoming and affectionate, two other elephants promptly shove their trucks -- simultaneously -- up the butt of the new gal at ~05:42, who seems largely unfazed by the gesture.

I mean, they're not just sniffing around, but seem to be going full dung diving.

But are they performing some medical diagnostic thing? Are they smelling illness? Or are they just two more pachydermal perverts?


She has a hip injury, so maybe they were performing some kind of internal laser surgery.

Oh, and then one of those invading trunks winds up in her mouth. Like, "oh, here, have some of your own feces...:"
 
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Wow.

Two chained, muddy elephants engaging in 13 minutes of mad, serious soft-core love-making (well, "soft-core" until the coprophagia).

But they're more affectionate than a lot of people.

I'm not 100% sure of everybody's gender, and that's just fine.

 

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While Humans are Social Distancing, Elephants are Stealing Their Wine and Partying
MARCH 20, 2020 AT 4:30 PM


14 elephants broke into Chinese villagers’ wine vats, partied in their tea gardens and then passed out



While Chinese villagers were quarantined, a rebel group of elephants broke onto their land in search of food and booze.

They ransacked a grain alcohol store and drank 30 liters of corn wine between them, The Daily Mail reports.



Photos of the drunken elephants romping around in a neighboring tea garden and then falling asleep have gone viral:







“Many elephants are fond of alcohol and seek it out – and return to places where they found it before,” conservationist Parveen Kaswan wrote on Twitter.

“In tribal belts people hide country-made alcohol but somehow elephants find it,” he wrote.

“They mark the houses also where they found that last time. If they see drunk people they get irritated also, since it was not shared with them.”
 
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While Humans are Social Distancing, Elephants are Stealing Their Wine and Partying
MARCH 20, 2020 AT 4:30 PM


14 elephants broke into Chinese villagers’ wine vats, partied in their tea gardens and then passed out



While Chinese villagers were quarantined, a rebel group of elephants broke onto their land in search of food and booze.

They ransacked a grain alcohol store and drank 30 liters of corn wine between them, The Daily Mail reports.



Photos of the drunken elephants romping around in a neighboring tea garden and then falling asleep have gone viral:







“Many elephants are fond of alcohol and seek it out – and return to places where they found it before,” conservationist Parveen Kaswan wrote on Twitter.

“In tribal belts people hide country-made alcohol but somehow elephants find it,” he wrote.

“They mark the houses also where they found that last time. If they see drunk people they get irritated also, since it was not shared with them.”
Some people view elephants as saintly creatures who grow from adorable, terribly vulnerable and sensitive babies to gentle, majestic, noble adults.

Others see them as "cranky, pre-historic psycho killers" -- so perhaps all the wine can explain that.

I'm sure it explains this:

 
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