African Bush Elephant/Manga
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African Bush Elephant makes a brief appearance in the first volume of the manga, during Chapter 8.5.
Not much can be gathered about African Bush Elephant's personality, because of her extremely brief interactions with Nana and Caracal. It seems that she likes to do things at her own pace, claiming that "every day is like New Year's Day" to her.
Role in the Plot
African Bush Elephant first appears on Nana's doorstep on Halloween, although she obviously has never been trick-or-treating before, as she mistakenly says "Track and Treatment" rather than "Trick or Treat". Nana goes on to correct her mistake on the greeting and explains a little about the holiday to the clueless Friend.
Nana gives her a piece of candy and explains that holidays have different meanings in different cultures, and that "rearranging customs" is the norm for their (presumably Japanese) culture. African Bush Elephant thanks the human and leaves, saying that she gave her a good idea. A few days later, the elephant visits Caracal's home and asks for candy once again. Caracal informs her that Halloween ended a few days prior, but Elephant replies that she has "rearranged" the holiday so that every day is Halloween from now on. She is rejected, and the scene ends.