Sweater Weather


Skylar Schanen

Although we live in Texas which is moderately chilly, in other places it is freezing. In the northern Indian city Mathura the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Center are making an immense effort to keep their elephants warm. How are they doing this? Well by making colossal sized sweaters that take roughly about four weeks to make. So far they have only made three but they are busy like bees at the Center. At this Center they lodge about 20 elephants that they have rescued from traffickers, bad circus environments, and other terrible scenarios. Since these elephants have suffered some extreme circumstances this makes them more prone to pneumonia in the bitting cold of winter. With these sweaters these elephants should be able to have a cozy, agreeable winter.

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