This is an unbelievable story about elephants that I ran across in this wonderful magazine I ran across. This story will make you look at the elephants at the zoo entirely different. You may love this story while loving it or you may hate it and be mad, the question is which one, me I can't make up my mind if I am upset at the elephants or am I upset with the humans. The story is all true, and written by "Charles Siebert" and the title is "AN ELEPHANT CRACKUP"? It is publish by New York Times Magazine on October 8, 2006.
I have heard of Time Magazine but not New York Times Magazine, it is really great and here is the link to the story and the magazine.
Some of the story says "to avoid confrontation, don't worship elephants, there are 10 pages to this story each page more exciting than the next or maybe more madding, I can't figure which one. Then there are thing like how an elephant grieves there own family members, such as rubbing their trunks along the teeth of a skull's lower jaw. They do this also when they see each other as a greeting. To watch them mourn would be very sad to watch and for the greeting I can say I would think how joyful they are. But now after reading this story I honestly don't know how I feel about elephants, you read it and decide for your selves. While your at it look around on the site you will find that this magazine is really put some great articles in it.