An enormous elephant named Puma has made a huge splash at a zoo in South Africa, attracting thousands of people and media attention.
Zoo officials said he was one of their most popular visitors in the past year.
Puma’s presence at the Zoo of the South is an extraordinary moment for the zoo, and for the city of Cape Town, which has long been a hub for African art and culture.
Its founder, the late Richard Aylward, once described the zoo as an extension of his personal vision of Cape.
Pumas presence has generated excitement and excitement in the city, and he has become a favourite of local artists.
The elephant was born at the Cape Town Zoo in the 1970s and has since been a member of the zoo’s family.
He is also known for his strong bonds with his herd of African elephants, who call him ‘Puma’.
Puma has been part of the Zoo’s elephant family for nearly two decades, and his name has become synonymous with the animal’s care.
He has become known as one of the best-looking elephants in the world, and is also renowned for his unique style of walking, which he likes to call ‘a bit of a wild dance’.
It is also thought he can be a bit of an athlete, with his calves often climbing on to his trunk to stretch their legs.
When he is not feeding, Puma can be seen roaming around the grounds in his trademark elephant costume, which consists of a long cape and long white coat.
He also enjoys taking selfies with people, which is a popular activity for tourists and locals alike.
The zoo also released a video about his new home.
It shows the zoo-born elephant enjoying his new surroundings.
He enjoys his new role at the zoo and the thrill of the new place, said Director of the Zoos and Aquarium of the Republic of South Africa (ZAPSA), Dr. Peter Lumb.
“He’s a very important part of our zoo and a big part of us, and so we would like to show his care and dedication.”
It’s just fantastic that he has found a new home here, he is one of our most important visitors and one of his most valued guests.
We are delighted that he’s found a home here and we hope he continues to be here for many, many years to come,” he said.”
Puma is a very special animal and we really appreciate his continued care and support, and hope that we can keep him here for a long time to come.
“Puma can also be seen in the ZAPSA video taking selfies at a local farm, taking in the sights and sounds of the farm.