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This is the adorable moment a smart baby elephant asked tourists for bottled milk in Thailand. The young jumbo walked into the cafeteria where the visitors were resting at an elephant camp on the island of Phuket on November 17.

This is the adorable moment a smart baby elephant asked tourists for bottled milk in Thailand. The young jumbo walked into the cafeteria where the visitors were resting at an elephant camp on the island of Phuket on November 17.

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