Flying elephant says something about ivory

This German PSA for the International Fund for Animal Welfare, in which an elephant does a graceful impression of an inbound aircraft, allegedly makes the point that while traveling abroad, you should think twice about bringing home souvenirs that are made from animal products. Which I guess it does, in a roundabout and needlessly abstract way. But I'm more interested in whether flying elephants could actually replace the cumbersome shit show that is modern commercial aviation. I didn't even know elephants could fly. Sheesh, imagine how Hannibal's ghost must feel.

—Posted by David Kiefaber

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