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Elephant suffocated in cargo pod of Cessna Caravan

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How do you get an elephant into the cargo pod of a Caravan?

(Put him in, close the door.)

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My friend once put a wild pig in the boot of a Renault 10. Result was panel damage to all sides and bonnet of the front boot. The pig was fine.

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Trying to fly an elephant in a Cessna Caravan? Dumbos.

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I hear the flight was to an area near Rome. Tuskany I believe.

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My friend once put a wild pig in the boot of a Renault 10. Result was panel damage to all sides and bonnet of the front boot. The pig was fine.

"wild pig"? It was absolutely enranged!

(Got no ephelant nuffin yet...)

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Dunno about the Caravan, you could probably fit one in a 747 Jumbo Jet.

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Like the old joke-

 

What's harder than getting a pregnant elephant in a Volkswagen?

 

Getting an elephant pregnant in a Volkswagen.

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Of course the Elephant suffocated in the cargo pod - the cargo loader should have known, he was supposed to go in the Trunk.

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I hear that it was the new electric version of the Caravan designed by Elon Tusk.

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And anyway, what else would you expect to be loaded into an aircraft whose flight originates in the Ivory Coast...

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Interesting nosewheel first, landing. They were used to bring parts of the Airbus A300 to Toulouse Fra for assembly in the early 80's . like the complete wings from England (I believe, but not sure.). Engines are Allisons from a C 130 about 5.000 SHP each. Nev.

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