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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Elephants

This week is National Elephant Day! Let's make sure never to forget this week's Tuesday's Top Ten Comics!

1. Curtis is starting to realize that not everything he's heard about elephants is true. comicskingdom.com

Curtis, January 14, 2017
Curtis, January 14, 2017

2. Elephants can have a wide range of hobbies. They do seem to share some common themes though... comicskingdom.com

Rhymes With Orange, November 29, 2016
Rhymes With Orange, November 29, 2016

3. It turns out, not everyone needs a selfie stick. If only they weren't so smug about it! comicskingdom.com

Carpe Diem, November 5, 2016
Carpe Diem, November 5, 2016

4. Mooch has discovered one of the lesser-known uses for an elephant's trunk! comicskingdom.com

Mutts, September 26, 2016
Mutts, September 26, 2016

5. Everyone knows that you don't talk about the elephant in the room. But that doesn't mean that it's not rude to text about her! comicskingdom.com

Six Chix, August 22, 2016
Six Chix, August 22, 2016

6. Oscar has an ethical question about polo. Gordo's answer to it doesn't seem very helpful! comicskingdom.com

Arctic Circle, June 9, 2016
Arctic Circle, June 9, 2016

7. If elephantitis becomes severe enough, does it stop being a human disease and start being a healthy elephant? comicskingdom.com

Bizarro, January 6, 2016
Bizarro, January 6, 2016

8. Grimmy is learning a valuable lesson: don't mess with elephants! comicskingdom.com

Mother Goose & Grimm, September 6, 2015
Mother Goose & Grimm, September 6, 2015

9. Mooch heads out on safari, hunting the most elusive game: the rare Suburban Elephant. comicskingdom.com

Mutts, July 6, 2014
Mutts, July 6, 2014

10. Hagar has found a creative way of harnessing elephants' famously good memories! comicskingdom.com

Hagar the Horrible, March 6, 2014
Hagar the Horrible, March 6, 2014

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