The Khloe Kardashian elephant went missing!
No, that's not a dig at the mammoth size of the realest of the unreal reality stars on the E! network's Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
It refers to the elephant statue Lamar Odom's main squeeze dolled up for a public display in Dana Point to raise funds and awareness for endangered beasts.
Again, endangered beats is not a knock at ... oh, never mind.
We told you in August about the Elephant Parade display that has 30 life-size, celebrity-adorned elephant sculptures sprinkled throughout Dana Point.
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But now Laguna Niguel-Dana Point Patch reports "Jasmine," the elephant decorated by Kanye West's future sister-in-law, and five others went missing Tuesday morning.
Finding the missing elephants is pressing because they are due to join dozens of others the Asian Elephant Foundation is auctioning off on Nov. 17.
To date, Elephant Parade has raised more than $5 million for Asian elephant conservation.