By Rob Beschizza at 7:46 am Tue, Dec 18, 2012
There are 200+ wild elephants in Nepal, and 100 in domestic use. How are they hoping to eliminate the right elephant — declare one guilty by the smirk on it’s lips? Will the soldiers each be carrying a copy of the elephant’s mug shot, clearly identifying that particular elephant, before killing it on sight?
Sorry, I’m on the elephant’s side here. They’ve got a lot of vengeance due them after everything people have done to elephants.
How do you know the people who have been killed didn’t oppose the mistreatment of elephants?
No one ever looks right in the middle of the room! Look there!
Than all you need is a telescope, a pair of tweezers and a matchbox. Job done!
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