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post #11 of 18 Old 05-30-2011, 01:24 PM
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So cute! Can't believe the pool held up :)

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post #12 of 18 Old 05-30-2011, 01:35 PM
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Aww!!! So adorable!
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post #13 of 18 Old 06-04-2011, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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I still giggle when I watch the video!

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I still giggle when I watch the video!
Just watched this again...for the 6th time I think with my daughter

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post #15 of 18 Old 06-05-2011, 01:47 AM
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Shoot! I could not get the baby elephant video to play! It just kept loading....
I have seen the one with the elephant and the dog; precious. I agree with you guys about loving the animals more than humans! Too bad most of the world doesn't agree with us! Also too bad more humans aren't like animals~loving, forgiving, loyal (I could go on and on). Thanks for sharing everyone!

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Aww, that's too bad jdw - you have to see it if you can. The gyst of the video is, there are 2 baby elephants in an inflatable swimming pool, in the shape of a rectangle.

There is a larger baby elephant, and a smaller one. The larger is in the front of the pool, laying on her left side, hogging the mass of the pool, and the smaller is behind her, TRYING to lay down and submerse herself in the water as well, but cannot because the bigger is hogging what is available.

So the little one, gets up and out of the pool, and starts to look for a spot, she jogs up the side of the pool, and just as she was doing that, the larger of the two starts to move where more space becomes available, the little one outside the pool sees this, turns around and runs to where there is more space, and PLOPS herself into the pool, like a side flop - into the open spot and submerses herself in the water.

All the while, someone has the water hose, spraying them.

It's very giggle worthy - I was giggling when I was writing about how the little one plops herself into the water....hahah..

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Aww, that's too bad jdw - you have to see it if you can. The gyst of the video is, there are 2 baby elephants in an inflatable swimming pool, in the shape of a rectangle.

There is a larger baby elephant, and a smaller one. The larger is in the front of the pool, laying on her left side, hogging the mass of the pool, and the smaller is behind her, TRYING to lay down and submerse herself in the water as well, but cannot because the bigger is hogging what is available.

So the little one, gets up and out of the pool, and starts to look for a spot, she jogs up the side of the pool, and just as she was doing that, the larger of the two starts to move where more space becomes available, the little one outside the pool sees this, turns around and runs to where there is more space, and PLOPS herself into the pool, like a side flop - into the open spot and submerses herself in the water.

All the while, someone has the water hose, spraying them.

It's very giggle worthy - I was giggling when I was writing about how the little one plops herself into the water....hahah..
You are so very nice for telling me all about it~LOVE that!!! Thank you so much!!! You are REALLY VERY NICE!!!! I am laughing just hearing about it!!! I will try it again!!!!

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You are welcome, glad I could help! I hope you can actually see it!

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