You probably didn't wake up this morning thinking how awesome it would be to ride around in a giant mechanical elephant. But we bet you are now. Les Machines de L'ile is an attraction dedicated to huge robotic animals, imagined by François Delarozière and Pierre Oreficee. Located across from the Jules Verne Museum in Nantes, France, this unique attraction lets you take a ride in the 40-foot tall elephant, control the movements of treetop animals, fly overtop of the tree on the wings of a mechanical heron, or ride in one of 14 creatures aboard the marine-themed carousel. Yes, it's a little weird, but so is France — and we mean that in the best way possible.