Zoo elephants are on a mission to prove they are not a bunch of creepy, creepy, weirdos.
They have been working to prove their case for the past year with the release of a short film that has become an internet sensation.
The short, called The Zoo’s Animal, has generated more than 6.7 million views on YouTube and was released earlier this month.
It tells the story of the elephants who live in a zoo in New York and their struggles to cope with the fact that their habitat has been invaded by wild animals, including bears and wolves.
“The elephant’s not scared of wolves,” the narrator says.
But the story also explores what it means to be a part of a zoo and the challenges faced by those who come to live with them.
The video has been viewed more than 3 million times and was selected by YouTube’s human curators as one of the best zoo videos of all time.
“This is an inspiring story and it’s an important message for us to be able to share and show,” said John Dutton, curator of animal programs at the New York Zoo.
“Animals and the environment are both connected.”
“This story is important because it gives us the chance to look at how we relate to animals and the natural world, and also how we care for them,” said Dutton.
Zoos and the human population have come under fire in recent years for their handling of captive animals and for the use of zoos in exotic settings such as circuses and zoos.
In recent years, the use and abuse of zoo animals has become more visible and controversial as many animal activists and animal rights activists have called for zoo animals to be euthanised.
As well as the elephant-proofing work in the short film, there is a campaign to stop the use or breeding of wild elephants in zoos and a plan to relocate elephants from zoos to parks, which are currently the only place they can be kept.
Zoo elephants were once widely used in zoot shows and circuses as performers.
However, the popularity of the animals plummeted in the 1970s as demand for their ivory dropped.
Over the past 30 years, zoos around the world have moved to protect their elephants, with a few exceptions, by adopting captive breeding programs.
A zoo in the US adopted captive breeding in 2007 after a petition from the American Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Elephants are also used in circuses, where circuses have introduced a number of new species.
This has resulted in zoologists arguing that zoos need to keep their elephants in the wild to keep circuses in business, and that the animals are a vital part of the zoo experience.
There are now about 500 zoos across the US and some countries, including South Africa, where elephants have been used for circuses for centuries.
Although the elephants are not considered endangered, there have been several zoos that have been forced to euthanise elephants due to their behaviour and behaviour problems, including the famous Hollywood Zoo in California.
After the elephant was moved, the zoo was told by the US Department of Agriculture to close the zoo and make the elephants their own private property.
The elephants were then placed in a new breeding facility and a new name, The Wildlife Conservation Society, was created to be responsible for caring for the elephants.
Despite this, the US Fish and Wildlife Service did not immediately respond to the BBC’s request for comment.
Last year, the Department of the Interior declared the Elephants in the Parks Act, a federal law, an endangered species, and ordered the closure of the Hollywood Zoo and two other zoos, the San Diego Zoo and the Miami Zoo.