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Undated photo released Friday Oct. 28, 2016, by Kensington Palace showing Britain's Prince Harry, 4th left, while he worked in Malawi during the summer 2016, with African Parks as part of an initiative involving moving some 500 elephants over 350 kilometers (220 miles) across Malawi to replenish elephant stocks in Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve. Prince Harry says of the picture: "This big bull (male) elephant refused to lie down after it had been darted with tranquilliser. After about seven minutes the drug began to take effect and the elephant became semi-conscious, but it continued to shuffle for awhile! They have a tendency to hone in on forests, rivers and people when in this state. Here we are trying to slow him down!" (Frank Weitzer/African Parks via AP)

Prince Harry went elephant-tipping... for a good cause



Kensington Palace put out photos today (captioned by the prince himself) of Prince Harry with a conservation group, African Parks, as they move elephants to areas that have lower elephant numbers.

According to USA TODAY, more than 250 elephants were moved this summer.

This image shows the prince marking an elephant with paint for easy identification.

According to Harry, this elephant was fighting the sedatives and tough to tip.

These elephants are too precious, right?

Sky News obtained some video footage. 

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