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Unhappy elephant gets a little help from Sinatra

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Unhappy elephant gets a little help from Sinatra

Unhappy elephant gets a little help from Sinatra

The trick to calming an unhappy elephant?

Sing him Frank Sinatra songs - so says one of the vets tasked with assessing whether Kaavan can be moved from poor conditions in a zoo in Pakistan's capital to a sanctuary in Cambodia.


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Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 03:58Published

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Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:23Published
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