By Naturenomics Team
Sun, 08/14/2016 - 09:46
Short version of the story of making a sculpture of a Thai elephant 'Oom Chakawan' as a gift for my friend David Lyman whose intervention and generosity saved the elephant from slaughter at 11th hour back in 2000. 12 years later Oom is still living peacefully at the Royal Elephant Kraal in Ayutthayahttp://www.elephantstay.com This sculpture is an expression of thanks to David from the management team at the Kraal.
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By Naturenomics Team
Mon, 08/15/2016 - 09:32
Artist Richard Symonds painting a life-size elephant, 2005. It took him 500 hours and a liter of oil paint on a 15'x11.5' canvas. Watch a life-size, 15 x 9 foot elephant masterpiece come to life by the brilliant Richard Symonds Artist.
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By Naturenomics Team
Tue, 08/16/2016 - 14:59
Do you have many different sized corks? If so, you can make this elephant with them. Firstly, paint all of your corks gray. Let it dry thoroughly. Now, Get the biggest cork that you have. Put this cork on its side. This will be the elephant's body. Glue 4 small corks to the bottom of the elephant, as seen above, for the feet.
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By Naturenomics Team
Wed, 08/17/2016 - 09:17
You know there must be something you can do with all the egg cartons you go through. Well, here are a bunch of ideas! | See more about Egg Cartons, Elephant
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By Naturenomics Team
Fri, 08/19/2016 - 09:15
Elephants are stately and intriguing animals that are certain to fascinate many young children. You can use household materials that are readily available to create a cardboard toy elephant to use as decoration in a child's room or even as a toy for children who are old enough to handle a hollow toy without crushing it. Children will enjoy the final step of covering the elephant in duct tape to simulate a thick gray hide.
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