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Brussels
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uypIj_BYzAw

This is a video of an elephant painting a tree...

And other things. I won't spoil.

If you draw, you'll know that this being knows the structure of a tree well (as branches are not flying in the air, scattered, but very much connected to the trunk).

It's one of the most beautiful videos I've seen these last weeks.

Amazingly positive! [Smile]

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So beautiful. ❤️
Thank you for sharing Brussels

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Regarding elephants painting pictures, you may want to investigate further.
I read that the handlers “train” the elephants, forcing them to paint certain designs.
Although there are some variations, these animals paint the same pictures over and over, which are then sold to tourists.

If you read through the comments on that video and look at some of the links provided, you’ll see another side to this practice.

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Even if I try to train my cat to paint, she'll never be able to. [Wink]

The way the elephant looks at the drawing, and draws the tree, it means at least, it can SEE the tree, its structure...

Try to train a 5 year old child to paint a tree this way, it's not an easy task.


Researchers also say elephants do not feel anything when they come visit the place where some of them died in past years.

They say that this story of cemetery visits with mourning is just human invention.

I believe what I see!

These creatures are superior beings.

Same as with plants, no one thinks how noble some plants are, unless you have your heart open to them.

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