Yesterday morning the American Museum of Natural History unveiled an eight-foot-tall pink paper elephant, which briefly stood tall next to the Origami Holiday Tree! They tell use the giant pink paper pachyderm was created through "the paper-folding wizardry of celebrated origami artist Sok Song." The tree marks the start of the holiday season at the museum, and has been back year after year for over three decades. This year’s theme of Origami, A to Z, has the 13-footer covered with paper letters and alphabetically-corresponding objects from an A and an Apatosaurus to a Z and a zebra. Check it out before they take it down on January 3rd... but sadly, the elephant has left the building.