Pianist tickles ivories to comfort elephants at rehab sanctuary

Several times a week, Paul Barton sets up his instrument and plays for the elephants who reside at a rehabilitation sanctuary in western Thailand.
1:00 | 12/14/18

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Transcript for Pianist tickles ivories to comfort elephants at rehab sanctuary
Yeah. It's. Been. If we can improve the lives of some of the older elephants that's have been injured while. I'm blind elephants in particular. Bite just. Spending a little time with. Looking after the need that daily needs and may be. Some of these lions elephants gets a little bit of conflict from hearing. Pieces of soothing classical music patiently.

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