Electrified Elephant

A freak accident leads to an elephant rescue that quickly turns electrifying when a live wire used to detain another elephant is accidently turned up too high.

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+6 1. ringmaster commented 5 years ago

That's what happens when humans get 'bright' ideas in the first place :( Glad they're fine, hope for lots of elephants to come <3
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+2 2. Abdullah54 commented 5 years ago

That's why different voltage/usage plugs and sockets are of different shape and violating this rule is not very healthy.
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+1 3. Pyranthos commented 5 years ago

I've had days like that. Poor elephant. Glad she was ok though.
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+8 4. Limberg commented 5 years ago

what is this idiot talking about "amperage being 24 volts" !?
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0 5. deadhorse commented 5 years ago

#4,lmfao (if that's still a thing)
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+1 6. Cyrille commented 5 years ago

#2 Electric fences use neither 220V nor 24V, but 10000V pulse generator. 24V wouldn't have stopped an angry elephant, and 220V could have been lethal. I'm sure thay did that because of the urgency of the situation, but I'm still a bit afraid about how these peoples handle animals.
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+1 7. Abdullah54 commented 5 years ago

#2 Sure, the point was that nobody sane would use classic 220v plug/socket for 10000v pulse generator and vice versa. These plugs should had been different so no such thing as "accidentally plugged elsewhere" should have happened because it should be physically impossible to do it the wrong way. There is a reason why there are 10+ types of connectors inside the computers or any other electronics.
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+1 8. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

And that's why I don't really care for zoos...or circuses for that matter.. :(
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+1 9. snotraddict commented 5 years ago

Wow, she had a bad day. :x