A new sculpture will greet visitors to the Dallas Zoo in 2016.
On Monday, the zoo provided the first look at a new sculpture of two elephans with their trunks intertwined.
The zoo said that gesture indicates how elephants say they like each other.
The $262,000 sculpture is part of the city's art program and will be near the zoo's iconic giraffe statue.
The sculpture should be installed by 2016.