7 Elephants Tried To Move This Giant Rock On A Slope. The Ancient Rock Refuses To Budge
July 25, 2016
A 250 ton rock has been sitting on a 45-degree slope in Mahabalipuran, India, for at least 1,200 years. Known as "Krishna's Butterball," the giant rock is somehow firmly "glued" to the slippery slope below and no one can figure out how.
In 1908, the governor tried to have the rock removed and used seven elephants in tandem. That is a pushing power of 42 tons and the "butterball" perched on a 2 square feet base did not budge! Watch the video below:
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