Goooooooal! Well, maybe not, but baby Asian elephant Luk Chai is certainly skilled with a soccer ball. The little guy, born last month at Sydney, Australia’s Taronga Zoo, has taken to playing with the ball lately, charming spectators and fellow elephants alike.
Welcome to the Elephant Parade! posted by Lorna... I will be showing a block each week and would like to encourage you to quilt along...The original post about the inspiration for this baby quilt design can be found here. I have also added this Elephant Parade quilt along page that includes all the information you will need and a weekly schedule. As each post is published the live links will be added to the schedule. The Elephant Parade page tab is found just below the blog header.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13 Life can be messy and unpredictable and often times full of disappointments. God gives us exactly what we need in the moments we need them: strength to survive our weaknesses and a sense of freedom when we feel trapped by difficulties. -Floral Watercolor Theme -Different size options available -Frame not included -Instant download high resolution option #icandoallthings #philippians413
Since African elephants live where the sun is usually blazing hot, they use their trunks to help them keep cool. First they squirt a trunkful of cool water over their bodies. Then they often follow that with a sprinkling of dust to create a protective layer of dirt on their skin (think elephant sunscreen!). Elephants pick up and spray dust the same way they do water—with their trunks.