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Image caption This elephant has been taking the lockdown in its stride. If you didn't know better you'd swear the elephants at the Park Pairi Daiza zoological gardens held a morning meeting. They line up with extraordinary discipline and precision on a keeper's word of command and then dissolve into a friendly huddle. It is a ritual that has played out without an audience every day since Belgium went into lockdown at midnight on Friday 13 March. Now the park, its name is derived from the Ancient Persian concept of paradise as a harmonious garden, is slowly emerging from confinement , as it's known in French. Image caption Social distancing is playing a big part in the zoo's reopening. The process will be slow and gradual. Full story

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