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Watch adorable elephant and dog play catch


It's video tugging at everyone's heart strings, an orphaned elephant and Labrador playing together in the water.

The BFFs live at a endangered animals park in Myrtle Beach South Carolina.

The Daily Mail recently published amazing photos from photographer Barry Bland.

Bubbles, a rescued orphan elephant, and Bella the labrador play for hours in the water of Bubbles' habitat.

According to Bhagavan Antle, founder and director of T.I.G.E.R.S., The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species located in Myrtyle Beach, when the ball is tossed into the air, Bella leaps off to retrieve it and then swims off, with Bubbles in hot pursuit.

‘They just love to romp around together,’ Antle told the Daily Mail.

More infomation about T.I.G.E.R.S


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