Elephants and elephants!

DSC00251.jpgThe artisans were able to have enough wood from the land ; they planned to carve innumerable sculptors out of the wood they got; they thought of a huge animal found in the land to be sculpted out of the stuff they had got and thus a lot of wooden elephants were born out of the wood which they got; now those elephants fill up the courtyard of the artisans with a question of what the viewers would do with this much of wooden sculptors stuffed with skill and substance !? ( these artifacts areĀ  from the extensive showrooms of Srilanka’s craftsmanship)

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The Giants…!

These GIANTS belong to Seychelles. They are quite friendly to people ,especially children.Probably they prefer to move together when the feeds are ready but simply remain alone at rest.They are the zoological landmark of the Islands and remains to be a great attraction of the tourists and children who come across the National Botanical Garden in the capital of the Islands.

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A CHILD FEEDING THE TORTOISES

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FEEDING THE GIANTS

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THE GIANT WALKING

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THE GIANT HEAD