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The elephant orphanage in Sri Lanka is a wonderful place and who wouldn't love to visit? We would in a heartbeat. However, heed this advice: If an elephant wants your purse, it's gonna take your purse. One visitor had mangos in their purse and soon enough the visitor had no mangos or a purse anymore.

Meanwhile, at the Sabi Sabi Reserve, one elephant calf was trying to act all big and strong by pretending it didn't need any help getting out of the river. But the video doesn't lie and the poor little one was probably very grateful that momma was there to lend a helping trunk.

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