The height is 10 cm. "Elephant Parade" is the world's largest exhibition of hand-painted elephant sculptures. It was founded in 2006 by two fathers and sons, Marc and Mike Spits. At the time, Marc met a baby elephant named Mosha in Thailand. Mosha lost her front right limb because she stepped on the mine. Later she became the world's first elephant to receive prosthetic treatment. Mosha is both a source of inspiration for the "Elephant Parade" and a symbol of the mission of the event. The parade footprint has already passed through many cities such as London, Milan, Singapore, California, Hong Kong, etc. More than 1,000 artists, designers and fashion celebrities from around the world have designed more than 1,000 unique elephant art sculptures at auction. Afterwards, the proceeds will be donated to the "Asian Elephant Foundation". Each piece is unique. Millions of people around the world have already come into contact with this group of "elephants".