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MANILA, PHILIPPINES - JANUARY 19: Mali, an elephant that has been in captivity for 45 years, is seen at a zoo converted into a vaccination site on January 19, 2022 in Manila, Philippines. The country is struggling to cope with record numbers of daily cases fueled by the more infectious Omicron variant, recording more than 3 million cases and more than 53,000 deaths with every one in three people tested turning out positive for the coronavirus. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

Listen I believe in doing the right thing but there are things that should be left to the nature. Everything in life can speak to their own kind. I think humans can talk to other humans when not intoxicated. Animals can speak to other animals too but can animal and human speak to each other. I’m say no in this situation.

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