|13 new Elephant Parade sculptures arrive at London King's Cross for a one-day preview ahead of the launch of the national tour, starting next Monday. The tour, presented by intu, will visit 14 towns and cities in a 375-day tour, involving 102 elephants. (Tour dates and venues via www.intuelephantparade.co.uk)|
|License||Creative Commons Attribution (?)|
|Photographer / Source||Graham Flack|
|Image dimensions||4000 x 2607 pixels|
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