I know I'm shooting this question to anyone that may have any idea about how Elephant Beans are being made. I have one in my possession: This red bean is a seed(Kuru) from the Manjadi Tree in India. These beans are considered lucky beans. They are quite little. What intrigues me is that there is a lid, made out of ivory or bone. You take this tiny lid off, and inside the bean holds 12 tiny(I mean a size of a pin head)intricately, beautifully carved elephants out of ivory or bone. You need a magnifying glass in order to view them. I can't find any information on how these elephants are being carved.
by Ari Lamstein4 years ago
Do elephants make good pets?I just moved into an apartment that doesn't allow cats or dogs. However, I had a lawyer look over the contract and it doesn't say ANYTHING about ELEPHANTS. So I'm sure that I can...
by Susan Zutautas5 years ago
What are the differences between regular garlic and elephant garlic?
by Thomas F. Wuthrich3 years ago
A few days ago, I found the broken link icon on my Cute funny Baby Elephant Videos page. After tracking down the broken link, I removed it. But the broken link icon, after briefly disappearing,...
by Myn Is Me6 years ago
Does an elephant drink through its trunk?
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