The elephant has been dubbed the “elephant who could be”.
The giant, 5,000-pound creature, which weighs about 6,000 pounds, was found on the banks of the Ganges in Uttar Pradesh, India.
It has been named after the river, which is a part of the Indo-Gangetic Plain, which borders Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
The river’s name comes from the Sanskrit word “Kamala”, meaning “river”.
It is a tributary of the Indus River in northern India.
In modern times, the river has been the focus of many wild animal sightings.
According to researchers, the creature could be a “Pygmy Elephants”, a group of pygmy elephants that are not considered to be endangered.
The creatures are found in India’s Himalayan region and range in size from a few hundred to a few thousand.
They are sometimes called the “Elephant of the Hills”.
They are not endangered, but are considered by some to be vulnerable.
Scientists are trying to identify the creature, but they don’t have the definitive answers yet.
The animal has been nicknamed “Bengaluru Elephant” by the media.
The city in northern Uttar Pradesh has been one of India’s biggest tourist destinations.
People come to the city to view its wildlife and experience its ancient architecture, ancient history and the rich cultural heritage of the region.
The creature’s location on the Ganga River has led to speculation about its possible biological and physical characteristics.
The discovery is the second such discovery in the region this year, after the discovery of a 7-tonne “Jai-Bengala” elephant in the same region.