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9-year-old orphaned elephant enjoys bath time in adorable viral video. Twitter loves it



a large elephant standing next to a body of water: Screengrab from video shared by Sheldrick Wildlife Trust


Screengrab from video shared by Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

A video of an elephant taking a bath in a small pool is going viral online. The clip will bring a smile on your face. It was shared by the official Twitter account of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, and it shows a nine-year-old orphaned elephant enjoying her bath time.

Sharing the clip on October 7, Sheldrick Wildlife Trust revealed that the elephant’s name is Sonje and she was enjoying a bath at the Umani Springs. They also said that Sonje was rescued after she was injured by an arrow or a spear.

They captioned the viral video, “Sonje enjoys a soak at Umani Springs. She’s an orphan that was injured by a suspected arrow or spear before her rescue. Now 9 years old, she’s perfectly at home in the safe environs of the Kibwezi Forest, which offers lots of bathing spots (sic).”

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House Judiciary says Apple enjoys monopoly power with App Store

Apple enjoys monopoly power in the distribution of apps on iOS devices via the App Store, the U.S. House Judiciary subcommittee on antitrust said in a report on Tuesday.

The House Judiciary report caps off a yearlong investigation into four dominant technology companies: Apple, Amazon Google, and Facebook. The nearly 450-page report concludes that all four companies have engaged in anti-competitive and monopolistic tactics.

Specifically for Apple, the report claims that the company’s control over iOS “provides it with gatekeeper power over software distribution on iOS devices.”

That’s because the App Store is the only method to distribute apps on iOS, and Apple doesn’t allow non-native app stores to be installed on its mobile devices. Citing iOS developers, the report adds that Apple “actively undermines the open web’s progress on iOS” to push companies to build native apps on iOS, instead of web apps.

“As a result, Apple’s position

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