Elephants are the largest living land mammals on the planet, that habitat sub-Sharan Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. They tend to stay close to water sources. Elephants are known for their trunks, which are actually a long nose used for smelling, breathing, trumpeting, drinking, and also for picking up things, like a meal. Elephants can also have tusks, which are present for both male bulls and female cows African elephants, and Asian male elephants.
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Incredible footage shows the nine-year-old ostrich Fransina walking with the elephant herd, appearing to mimic their walk, moving her neck as if it were a trunk. The owner of the reserve, Gerhard Van Rooyen, says the young ostrich joined the group of elephants in after initially latching onto a herd of sheep. He added: "Some guests even come to the reserve not only to meet the elephants but also to ask after the friendly Fransina. Ostriches are known to be very sociable animals, often travelling in pairs or even in herds of around four or five. However, Fransina's friendship with the group of elephants seems unbreakable - keen never to be left out, she sticks alongside her new family during their guided tours of the reserve. Falling into line with the rest of the parade, Fransina weaves between the herd, slowing her pace to match their elongated steps and making sure to stay behind the leading member.
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After a second clip emerged of a hazing event surfaced online, Indiana University suspended its chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. The video appears to show a fraternity pledge being forced to perform oral sex on a woman as dozens of other members watch. Hazing is still, unfortunately, a major part of the fraternity pledging process. Most of it, if not harmless, is at least good-natured — do something embarrassing, drink a little too much, etc. But recently, the internet has exposed the seedy underbelly of fraternal life, one of racism, sexism and brutal and sometimes deadly hazing rituals.
A straight white girl can kiss a girl, like it, and still call herself straight—her boyfriend may even encourage her. But can straight white guys experience the same easy sexual fluidity, or would kissing a guy just mean that they are really gay? For Jane Ward, these sexual practices reveal a unique social space where straight white men can—and do—have sex with other straight white men; in fact, she argues, to do so reaffirms rather than challenges their gender and racial identity.