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(WTSP)   Another day, another random elephant spotted taking a dip in the Gulf of Mexico   ( wtsp.com) divider line
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2014-05-19 03:14:33 PM  
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Diogenes: Or as we Floridians call them, "NY tourists."

Yeah. NY is the problem.

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2014-05-19 02:51:39 PM  
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Our Elephant
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It's an African-American elephant from the India, obviously.
2014-05-19 02:41:17 PM  
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vudukungfu: African or Indian elephant?

Looks like an Indian elephant... the ears look small. It's a bit tough to tell since the focus of the pics is off, but I'd bet on Indian.

Not that you were serious about asking, but hell, why not...
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