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Gyles Mackrell's 1942 footage shows how he led rescue of refugees from the Japanese invasion of Burma
Mackrell, a 53-year-old tea exporter in the Indian province of Assam, hurried the convoy of about 20 elephants and their handlers to the river – a journey of more than 100 miles through jungle, braving leeches – in less t...
2011-11-26   Cambridge, United Kingdom Category: people

A gentlemans Portsmouth menagerie
Green Animals Topiary Garden is remarkable in the degree to which it reflects the vision of the Portuguese immigrant who designed it more than 100 years ago. There are 80 pieces of topiary throughout the gardens, including 21...
2007-08-05   Portsmouth, United States Category: misc

Wild things roam at Salinas ranch
Charlie Sammut own Vision Quest Ranch in Salinas, a 51-acre facility that houses everything from a pet kennel to an exotic animal sanctuary to a horse stable. Sammut's pride and joy are his four elephants, Buffy, Butch, Chris...
2007-04-12   Salinas, United States Category: facility

An Elephant Crackup?
Were not going anywhere, my driver, Nelson Okello, whispered to me one morning this past June, the two of us sitting in the front seat of a jeep just after dawn in Queen Elizabeth National Park in southwestern Uganda. We’d ...
2006-10-08   Los Angeles, United States Category: wild

Elephant kills keeper Mike Gatti at Pittsburgh zoo. 1st human fatality at facility
On mornings when weather permits, elephants at the Pittsburgh Zoo are brought out of their enclosure to walk with their keepers around the grounds. Yesterday, two keepers were about halfway around the zoo with a 20-year-old m...
2002-11-19   Pittsburgh, United States Category: accident

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