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Elephant Attack Near Vallamkulam Thiruvalla
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i had no previous experience shooting video or editing , when this incident happend .. i was planning to take some photographs , but i ended up shooting this :D ..
But i did manage to click some photographs : http://tinyurl.com/kcth27l , http://tinyurl.com/k5oegbz .
Elephant strays into Indian town, pushes truck off highway!
A wild elephant went on an hours-long rampage in India's West Bengal state, sending residents fleeing in panic.
The elephant damaged dozens of vehicles including trucks, bikes.
Local forestry authorities said no-one was hurt in the incident, in Asansol.
The animal was taken to a park where domesticated elephants are kept and officials have said they hope to return it to the wild.
Eyewitnesses said the animal had strayed into the town from a nearby forest and seemed frightened and confused.
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When a mother elephant decides to take a drink from a river, she is unaware that there is danger lurking right below the surface. A huge 10 ft crocodile decides to latch its jaws onto the unsuspecting elephant's trunk. The young elephants watch helplessly as the crocodile attacks and the mother fights back.
This event calls to mind a short story by the author of "The Junglebook" Rudyard Kipling titled "The Elephant's Child: How the Elephant Got His Trunk". In this story, a young elephant gets tricked by a crocodile into going too close to the water. The crocodile bites the elephant's trunk and what was once a small trunk gets stretched to its modern day length. Read Kipling's story here: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2781/2781-h/2781-h.htm#link2H_4_0005
Is this really how the elephant got its long trunk?
Next time you go out for a drink, check for crocodiles first!
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For the last few years the transportation of elephants through trucks is a common sight during the festival seasons. This enables the participation of famous elephants in festivals across various districts of Kerala.
This video features 'Athira Vinod' stepping out from the truck when he came for Aarattupuzha Pooram 2014.
Elephants are vital part of many temple ceremonies and festivals in India, especially south India. These elephants are usually wild animals, poached from the wild at young age and the then trained sold to temples and private buyers. Most of them have been constantly assaulted during their life time to make them obedient to their masters. But sometimes they lose temper and this is what happens when it happens….