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So, before he was twenty-five, he gave up being afraid, and so he was the best-loved and the best-looked-after elephant in the service of the Government of India.
Not a woman of our village would look at him, They'd sooner marry the elephant,"
Up jumped Good, burning for slaughter, and thinking, perhaps, that it was as easy to kill elephant as he had found it to shoot giraffe, but I caught him by the arm and pulled him down.
Fogg, the animal's instruction in this direction had not gone far, and the elephant still preserved his natural gentleness.
This drive, with an elephant for the team, lasted about an hour and a half; yet the animal did not seem in the least fatigued.
In Abyssinia is likewise found the rhinoceros, a mortal enemy to the elephant.
Bara, the deer, is less fearful than you--you, Tantor, the elephant, greatest of the jungle folk with the strength of as many Numas as I have toes upon my feet and fingers upon my hands.
Toward the northwest Korak guided his huge mount, until they came out upon the river a mile or more above the Swede's camp, at a point where Korak knew that there was an elephant ford.
The next day but one a small party of hunters returned to the village from the south to report a large herd of elephant some miles away.
The gentleman without the elephant is worth five pound.
A thousand men in cloth of gold, mounted upon richly caparisoned elephants, go before him, and as the procession moves onward the officer who guides his elephant cries aloud, `Behold the mighty monarch, the powerful and valiant Sultan of the Indies, whose palace is covered with a hundred thousand rubies, who possesses twenty thousand diamond crowns.
Closer came the sound that had attracted Tarzan's attention and now the others heard it--the shrill trumpeting of an elephant.
Lastly, the Toxodon, perhaps one of the strangest animals ever discovered: in size it equalled an elephant or megatherium, but the structure of its teeth, as Mr.
He said there was loads of them there, anyway; and he said there was A-rabs there, too, and elephants and things.
What of the great, the walled city--the city of a hundred elephants and twenty thousand horses, and cattle past counting--the city of the King of Twenty Kings?