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Lily, Olivia y Oliver….

Oliver “Amor Bull”

Legacy

Oliver 8 months.

My Baby.

preciousandfunny:

Just point your trunk to where you threw my ball… Charming pictures of orphaned elephant playing catch with a labrador
It’s no surprise that a dog loves playing catch — but an elephant?
Our charming pictures show Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, picking up a ball with her trunk to tease Bella the labrador, who can just about reach her pal’s knee.
She dives into a pool of water, but that doesn’t deter the pooch, who tries to get her paws on the ball by climbing onto Bubbles’ back.
When it is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with her playmate in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ says Bhagavan Antle, director of the wildlife park in California where the two friends live.
Bubbles and her other animal friends are part of a wild life conservation effort called The Rare Species Fund in Southern California.
Antle came across the friendly giant as a baby when she weighed 340lbs and was 42in tall.
The trainer describes her as ‘small and helpless for an elephant’ on the animal’s Facebook page, after her parents were killed for their tusks during a 20 year slaughter which ended with the ban on ivory import in 1989.
Bubbles was among the few orphaned animals that were flown to the US where a handful of facilities awaited their arrival. Most were either killed or discarded due to a lack of housing and care in Africa
Antle describes how meeting Bubbles was ‘love at first site’, adding the centre had thought carefully about adopting an elephant which can live for 60 to 100 years.
Now 30 years old and over 9ft, Bubbles weighs approximately four tons.
Them impressive animal has even found fame on the big screen, starring in Ace Ventura II, Malaika and a Janet Jackson music video.(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2421505/Just-point-truck-threw-ball—Charming-pictures-orphaned-elephant-playing-catch-labrador.html)

preciousandfunny:

Just point your trunk to where you threw my ball… Charming pictures of orphaned elephant playing catch with a labrador
It’s no surprise that a dog loves playing catch — but an elephant?
Our charming pictures show Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, picking up a ball with her trunk to tease Bella the labrador, who can just about reach her pal’s knee.
She dives into a pool of water, but that doesn’t deter the pooch, who tries to get her paws on the ball by climbing onto Bubbles’ back.
When it is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with her playmate in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ says Bhagavan Antle, director of the wildlife park in California where the two friends live.
Bubbles and her other animal friends are part of a wild life conservation effort called The Rare Species Fund in Southern California.
Antle came across the friendly giant as a baby when she weighed 340lbs and was 42in tall.
The trainer describes her as ‘small and helpless for an elephant’ on the animal’s Facebook page, after her parents were killed for their tusks during a 20 year slaughter which ended with the ban on ivory import in 1989.
Bubbles was among the few orphaned animals that were flown to the US where a handful of facilities awaited their arrival. Most were either killed or discarded due to a lack of housing and care in Africa
Antle describes how meeting Bubbles was ‘love at first site’, adding the centre had thought carefully about adopting an elephant which can live for 60 to 100 years.
Now 30 years old and over 9ft, Bubbles weighs approximately four tons.
Them impressive animal has even found fame on the big screen, starring in Ace Ventura II, Malaika and a Janet Jackson music video.(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2421505/Just-point-truck-threw-ball—Charming-pictures-orphaned-elephant-playing-catch-labrador.html)

preciousandfunny:

Just point your trunk to where you threw my ball… Charming pictures of orphaned elephant playing catch with a labrador
It’s no surprise that a dog loves playing catch — but an elephant?
Our charming pictures show Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, picking up a ball with her trunk to tease Bella the labrador, who can just about reach her pal’s knee.
She dives into a pool of water, but that doesn’t deter the pooch, who tries to get her paws on the ball by climbing onto Bubbles’ back.
When it is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with her playmate in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ says Bhagavan Antle, director of the wildlife park in California where the two friends live.
Bubbles and her other animal friends are part of a wild life conservation effort called The Rare Species Fund in Southern California.
Antle came across the friendly giant as a baby when she weighed 340lbs and was 42in tall.
The trainer describes her as ‘small and helpless for an elephant’ on the animal’s Facebook page, after her parents were killed for their tusks during a 20 year slaughter which ended with the ban on ivory import in 1989.
Bubbles was among the few orphaned animals that were flown to the US where a handful of facilities awaited their arrival. Most were either killed or discarded due to a lack of housing and care in Africa
Antle describes how meeting Bubbles was ‘love at first site’, adding the centre had thought carefully about adopting an elephant which can live for 60 to 100 years.
Now 30 years old and over 9ft, Bubbles weighs approximately four tons.
Them impressive animal has even found fame on the big screen, starring in Ace Ventura II, Malaika and a Janet Jackson music video.(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2421505/Just-point-truck-threw-ball—Charming-pictures-orphaned-elephant-playing-catch-labrador.html)

preciousandfunny:

Just point your trunk to where you threw my ball… Charming pictures of orphaned elephant playing catch with a labrador
It’s no surprise that a dog loves playing catch — but an elephant?
Our charming pictures show Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, picking up a ball with her trunk to tease Bella the labrador, who can just about reach her pal’s knee.
She dives into a pool of water, but that doesn’t deter the pooch, who tries to get her paws on the ball by climbing onto Bubbles’ back.
When it is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with her playmate in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ says Bhagavan Antle, director of the wildlife park in California where the two friends live.
Bubbles and her other animal friends are part of a wild life conservation effort called The Rare Species Fund in Southern California.
Antle came across the friendly giant as a baby when she weighed 340lbs and was 42in tall.
The trainer describes her as ‘small and helpless for an elephant’ on the animal’s Facebook page, after her parents were killed for their tusks during a 20 year slaughter which ended with the ban on ivory import in 1989.
Bubbles was among the few orphaned animals that were flown to the US where a handful of facilities awaited their arrival. Most were either killed or discarded due to a lack of housing and care in Africa
Antle describes how meeting Bubbles was ‘love at first site’, adding the centre had thought carefully about adopting an elephant which can live for 60 to 100 years.
Now 30 years old and over 9ft, Bubbles weighs approximately four tons.
Them impressive animal has even found fame on the big screen, starring in Ace Ventura II, Malaika and a Janet Jackson music video.(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2421505/Just-point-truck-threw-ball—Charming-pictures-orphaned-elephant-playing-catch-labrador.html)

preciousandfunny:

Just point your trunk to where you threw my ball… Charming pictures of orphaned elephant playing catch with a labrador
It’s no surprise that a dog loves playing catch — but an elephant?
Our charming pictures show Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, picking up a ball with her trunk to tease Bella the labrador, who can just about reach her pal’s knee.
She dives into a pool of water, but that doesn’t deter the pooch, who tries to get her paws on the ball by climbing onto Bubbles’ back.
When it is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with her playmate in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ says Bhagavan Antle, director of the wildlife park in California where the two friends live.
Bubbles and her other animal friends are part of a wild life conservation effort called The Rare Species Fund in Southern California.
Antle came across the friendly giant as a baby when she weighed 340lbs and was 42in tall.
The trainer describes her as ‘small and helpless for an elephant’ on the animal’s Facebook page, after her parents were killed for their tusks during a 20 year slaughter which ended with the ban on ivory import in 1989.
Bubbles was among the few orphaned animals that were flown to the US where a handful of facilities awaited their arrival. Most were either killed or discarded due to a lack of housing and care in Africa
Antle describes how meeting Bubbles was ‘love at first site’, adding the centre had thought carefully about adopting an elephant which can live for 60 to 100 years.
Now 30 years old and over 9ft, Bubbles weighs approximately four tons.
Them impressive animal has even found fame on the big screen, starring in Ace Ventura II, Malaika and a Janet Jackson music video.(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2421505/Just-point-truck-threw-ball—Charming-pictures-orphaned-elephant-playing-catch-labrador.html)

preciousandfunny:

Just point your trunk to where you threw my ball… Charming pictures of orphaned elephant playing catch with a labrador
It’s no surprise that a dog loves playing catch — but an elephant?
Our charming pictures show Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, picking up a ball with her trunk to tease Bella the labrador, who can just about reach her pal’s knee.
She dives into a pool of water, but that doesn’t deter the pooch, who tries to get her paws on the ball by climbing onto Bubbles’ back.
When it is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with her playmate in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ says Bhagavan Antle, director of the wildlife park in California where the two friends live.
Bubbles and her other animal friends are part of a wild life conservation effort called The Rare Species Fund in Southern California.
Antle came across the friendly giant as a baby when she weighed 340lbs and was 42in tall.
The trainer describes her as ‘small and helpless for an elephant’ on the animal’s Facebook page, after her parents were killed for their tusks during a 20 year slaughter which ended with the ban on ivory import in 1989.
Bubbles was among the few orphaned animals that were flown to the US where a handful of facilities awaited their arrival. Most were either killed or discarded due to a lack of housing and care in Africa
Antle describes how meeting Bubbles was ‘love at first site’, adding the centre had thought carefully about adopting an elephant which can live for 60 to 100 years.
Now 30 years old and over 9ft, Bubbles weighs approximately four tons.
Them impressive animal has even found fame on the big screen, starring in Ace Ventura II, Malaika and a Janet Jackson music video.(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2421505/Just-point-truck-threw-ball—Charming-pictures-orphaned-elephant-playing-catch-labrador.html)

preciousandfunny:

Just point your trunk to where you threw my ball… Charming pictures of orphaned elephant playing catch with a labrador
It’s no surprise that a dog loves playing catch — but an elephant?
Our charming pictures show Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, picking up a ball with her trunk to tease Bella the labrador, who can just about reach her pal’s knee.
She dives into a pool of water, but that doesn’t deter the pooch, who tries to get her paws on the ball by climbing onto Bubbles’ back.
When it is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with her playmate in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ says Bhagavan Antle, director of the wildlife park in California where the two friends live.
Bubbles and her other animal friends are part of a wild life conservation effort called The Rare Species Fund in Southern California.
Antle came across the friendly giant as a baby when she weighed 340lbs and was 42in tall.
The trainer describes her as ‘small and helpless for an elephant’ on the animal’s Facebook page, after her parents were killed for their tusks during a 20 year slaughter which ended with the ban on ivory import in 1989.
Bubbles was among the few orphaned animals that were flown to the US where a handful of facilities awaited their arrival. Most were either killed or discarded due to a lack of housing and care in Africa
Antle describes how meeting Bubbles was ‘love at first site’, adding the centre had thought carefully about adopting an elephant which can live for 60 to 100 years.
Now 30 years old and over 9ft, Bubbles weighs approximately four tons.
Them impressive animal has even found fame on the big screen, starring in Ace Ventura II, Malaika and a Janet Jackson music video.(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2421505/Just-point-truck-threw-ball—Charming-pictures-orphaned-elephant-playing-catch-labrador.html)

preciousandfunny:

Just point your trunk to where you threw my ball… Charming pictures of orphaned elephant playing catch with a labrador

It’s no surprise that a dog loves playing catch — but an elephant?

Our charming pictures show Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, picking up a ball with her trunk to tease Bella the labrador, who can just about reach her pal’s knee.

She dives into a pool of water, but that doesn’t deter the pooch, who tries to get her paws on the ball by climbing onto Bubbles’ back.

When it is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with her playmate in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ says Bhagavan Antle, director of the wildlife park in California where the two friends live.

Bubbles and her other animal friends are part of a wild life conservation effort called The Rare Species Fund in Southern California.

Antle came across the friendly giant as a baby when she weighed 340lbs and was 42in tall.

The trainer describes her as ‘small and helpless for an elephant’ on the animal’s Facebook page, after her parents were killed for their tusks during a 20 year slaughter which ended with the ban on ivory import in 1989.

Bubbles was among the few orphaned animals that were flown to the US where a handful of facilities awaited their arrival. Most were either killed or discarded due to a lack of housing and care in Africa

Antle describes how meeting Bubbles was ‘love at first site’, adding the centre had thought carefully about adopting an elephant which can live for 60 to 100 years.

Now 30 years old and over 9ft, Bubbles weighs approximately four tons.

Them impressive animal has even found fame on the big screen, starring in Ace Ventura II, Malaika and a Janet Jackson music video.(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2421505/Just-point-truck-threw-ball—Charming-pictures-orphaned-elephant-playing-catch-labrador.html)

Oliver 8 months.

Milky…