Why are there african elephant statues in the main street, town centre in Lille, France?

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During a 2-week period in October 2006, twelve eight-metre-high fibreglass elephants were seen in the main street of the town of Lille in Northern France. The Indian elephant statues were created by Bollywood designer Nitin Chandrakant Desai to
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