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Elephants in Hyde Park raise money for elephant corridor

4 September, 2007 - 00:00 -- World Land Trust
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Elephants made from willow

Willow elephants 'wandering' through Hyde Park to raise awareness of the threats facing the elephants in India.

Today saw the launch of "Trunks meet Trunks", a series of family activities in Hyde Park, London, organised by Elephant Family to raise awareness of the threats to the Asian Elephant, and support WLT's elephant corridor project in Kerala, south-west India.

Between 4th-18th September, 12 life size elephants made out of willow will be 'wandering' through the park, culminating in an invitation-only charity auction on 16th September.

Come and see the elephants and learn more about the elephant corridor project!

For more information, visit www.trunks-meet-trunks.org

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