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King's Cup Elephant Polo

Elephants and sports do not really go hand in hand in American culture, but on the other side of the World they sure do. Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Nepal are three distant countries that are hosting an annual King’s Cup Elephant polo tournament Back to Article

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nglow
nglow wrote:
2010-03-31 02:32:51 -0700

it seems like the elephants are taken care of ... i hope that's true!!!

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