Mara Enjoys Her Watermelon

Watching and hearing an elephant crunch on a watermelon is one of the most satisfying sounds we can think of. Miss Mara was happy to oblige us with some dainty-but-gratifying bites when she got her post-treatment produce recently. It’s music to our ears.


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    Charlotte Hansen says

    It’s music to our ears, too!! Thank you for this beautiful music!

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    John says

    Ok yeah, but only 30 seconds worth? Think of your followers! πŸ˜‰

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      Sara says

      We get what we get πŸ˜‚

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    Carol says

    That trunk finger action is precious. Love her beyond words. πŸ’—πŸ’πŸ‰πŸ‰

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    Julie says

    I love the watermelon posts! Ty!

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    Patricia says

    Mara is a wonder! I love her crunching! I love her! Thank you for this precious video.

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    Terry says

    What a delicious sound for sure!
    Do you grow produce and fruits at sanctuary?

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      Kat Blais says

      we just turned over our garden, and will be replanting soon. but we have many fruit trees that grow at the sanctuary that the girls benefit from. 😊

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    Terry says

    Awesome! Thank you for the response. I have great gratitude for all you do!!! Loving every ” pod” too!πŸ™‚

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      Sara says

      Thank you!

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    JoAnn Merriman-Eaton says

    So impressive Mara!!! The way you hold the watermelon with your trunk, and chew on the other side of the melon. Looks like true contentment. 🐘❀️Thank you GSE. #sanctuaryheals

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