Elephant rampage in India.

Animal Uprising in India Continues With Elephant Rampage

Animal Uprising in India Continues With Elephant Rampage

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Feb. 10 2016 11:01 AM

Animal Uprising in India Continues With Elephant Rampage

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An elephant in India's West Bengal state in a still image taken from video.

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On Sunday, a leopard got loose on the grounds of a swimming pool in Bangalore, India, and attacked a bunch of people in a crazy insane video—miraculously, no one was seriously hurt.

On Wednesday, the AP reports that a "wild elephant rampaged through an east Indian town ... smashing cars and homes." (The elephant did not attack any people, and it does not appear anyone was injured.)

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Are these events indicative of a coordinated Indian rampage plan? Well, the locations of the two incidents are more than 1,500 miles apart, but the animals could have a chat room or something.