This writer wrote an article in the Memphis Green Living Examiner about recycling elephant poop, and decided it was worth re-printing here. This should make your day!
Have you ever wondered what to do with elephant poop that your pet elephant deposits on your neighbor's lawn when you are walking him in the mornings and evenings. Well, after reading this and watching the video in this article, you will have your poop problem solved.
Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington has come up with a good way to recycle their elephant waste; they make paper out of it through a hands-on process (yuk). If you have ever wanted to get you hands on elephant poop but did not know what to do with it when you did, watch the video in this segment of Memphis Organic Gardening. It is quite amazing.
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