COTelac has acquired the rights to the hands of a giant African elephant.

The announcement was made by COTellas executive vice president of marketing, John Wysocki, in a video message to supporters.

The elephant, named Amandla, was born in Kenya and is now being raised in captivity.

Wysockia told a crowd in Kigali, Rwanda, that Amandlas mother was a bull and her father a buffalo.

He said COTels goal was to make Amandlah as “a conservation icon.”

The video message from Wysockso, the COTelo CEO, came as COTelec reported a quarterly loss of $1.25 million and was unable to provide an updated number of net sales for the quarter.