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  1. Hiya,
    Our favourite elephant is ‘Sally’, outside the National Gallery, on the Southbank. Read about our Elephant hunt at http://anonnoblog.com/ and then write your own anonymous post too!

  2. Hello,

    I think the Heathrow elephant is actually at Paddington Station (you have a photo of it): The Happy End of Nature sponsored by Heathrow Express. Hope that helps.

    Cheers,

    Ed

  3. Hi ,

    Thank you for all your coverage of Elephant Parade London. Your enthusiasm for our campaign helped make London’s biggest ever outdoor art exhibition an amazing success, helped publicise the plight of the Asian elephant, and helped us raise vital funds – a staggering £4.1million.

    While the hearts and minds of the public have been captivated by our elephants, we wanted to follow up our success with a short animation about the parade as a thanks and call out for further support. Although the elephants have disappeared from London, we still need help to make sure they don’t disappear from Asia. You can help us again.

    You can watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YrnaMYb7fg.

    Thank you for any support you can offer. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries or want to know more.

    Yours sincerely,

    Stefan

    • Peni Gardner
    • July 18, 2011
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    “It’s not all about the fun of exploring your city in a new light though. Elephant Family have a serious message to put across, to save the Asian Elephant from the desperation the loss of their habitats is causing.”

    The decline in the numbers of Elephants in the Asian region is a serious matter. I hope more organization like this help in the cause of preserving this magnificent animals.

  4. We have had something similar here in Minnesota (US). Local artists created their interpretation of Charlie Brown’s Snoopy in the form of approx 3 foot sculptures and placed them around our capital city. The whole thing was a huge success, and they have now been doing it for many years. I think it is a great idea that is beneficial for both the city and the artists. I also love the elephant idea!

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