ELEPHANTS ESCAPE CIRCUS IN RUSSIA, GO FOR A STROLL THROUGH CITY'S SNOWY STREETS

A pair of elephants have been caught on video taking a wintry stroll along the streets of Russia's third-largest city after escaping from a circus Thursday.

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