Elephant shows off its strength at the London Olympics

The elephant’s performance was a strong indicator of how well the London Games were going.

After all, there were plenty of spectators in attendance.

But, the elephant did not show its full strength as it was trying to pull the first of three pieces of luggage from the back of a truck, with one piece of luggage still attached.

The elephant was clearly in a lot of pain as the wheels of the truck fell off and the pieces fell into the water.

The water in the area was also a big problem as it quickly flooded the entire stadium, with the water in some areas rising as high as 40 feet (11 metres).

There were also reports of the elephants being dragged by their legs.

“We were shocked,” said one of the organisers, who asked not to be named.

“It was the most serious thing we had seen in a while.”

Another witness said: “The elephants have been on a tear.

“When they did the rescue they were all looking at each other and it was really impressive.””

The elephant’s condition was described by one witness as “excellent” and he said it had been “a long day” for the animal. “

When they did the rescue they were all looking at each other and it was really impressive.”

The elephant’s condition was described by one witness as “excellent” and he said it had been “a long day” for the animal.

The organisers are now investigating whether there was any sign of foul play.

They said: The organisers have identified that an elephant has drowned in the Olympic Stadium and are working to establish the cause and cause of the incident.

This event has highlighted the importance of making sure the elephants are well cared for and protected and the safe handling of any animals at all times.” “

This is a tragic event that has affected the lives of all the athletes, spectators and officials of the Games, and is a major tragedy to the entire country.”

This event has highlighted the importance of making sure the elephants are well cared for and protected and the safe handling of any animals at all times.

“It is not the first time the elephants have suffered serious injuries during the Games.

Earlier this year, a baby elephant, Mungo, suffered serious head injuries in the ring, while the elephants in the running of the bulls were injured in a water cannon accident.

There have been no fatalities.

But the situation is not all bad for the elephants.

There were some good news stories to tell as they continued to recover in the pool after being rescued.

The BBC’s Mark Jones said: A large crowd gathered outside the stadium to watch the elephants as they were wheeled from the truck and taken away by police.

The crowd chanted: “Mongga!

Mungga!” and “We are the London elephants.

“The elephants were released into the pool as part of the preparations for the opening ceremony.

There was also good news from the other elephants, who are expected to be back on their feet in about a week.

“Everyone is really scared.””

You don’t want to get into a bad situation with an animal, especially when it’s a huge elephant like this,” said a witness.

“Everyone is really scared.”