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Oregon Zoo and others across North America plan a three-year elephant-welfare study
"Using Science to Understand Elephant Welfare" will involve all 290 Asian and African elephants housed in zoos accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Zoos with pachyderms were not required to participate, but al...
2010-11-19   Portland, United States Category: research

OREGON ZOO ELEPHANT PROGRAM ENJOYS BANNER YEAR. Baby Samudra, funding to expand exhibit highlight 2008 for storied program
The Oregon Zoo's elephant program enjoyed a remarkable year in 2008, with Rose-Tu successfully giving birth to Samudra and local voters passing a $125 million zoo bond measure, of which $30 million will go toward expanding th...
2009-01-08   Portland, United States Category: zoo

Oregon Zoo anxiously awaits a baby elephant. Rose- Tu's first baby could supercharge attendance, but will the delivery go well and will the 7,666-pound elephant be a nurturing mom?
Anxiety simmers at the Oregon Zoo, and it's no wonder. For the first time in 14 years, just as the zoo faces key decisions about its future, one of its Asian elephants --the institution's flagship species --is about to give b...
2008-08-22   Portland, United States Category: medical

Oregon Zoo awaits baby elephant that could supercharge attendance
Anxiety simmers at the Oregon Zoo, and it's no wonder. For the first time in 14 years, just as the zoo faces key decisions about its future, one of its Asian elephants the institution's flagship species is about to give birth...
2008-08-18   Portland, United States Category: birth

Oregon Zoo gets pregnant elephant to work out
Mamas-to-be, you know what the doctor says: Stay fit. Eat right. Don't gain too much weight. Same holds true if you're a 7,660-pound pregnant Asian elephant, which explains why the Oregon Zoo's Rose-Tu was cross training earl...
2008-07-18   Portland, United States Category: misc

Oregon Zoo elephant Rose-Tu is pregnant
The Oregon Zoo announced today that its 13-year-old Asian elephant, Rose-Tu, is pregnant and should deliver a calf between Sept. 4 and 24, 2008. Zookeepers figure she conceived between Dec. 4 and 6, 2006, when she was allowed...
2007-10-01   Portland, United States Category: birth

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