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Toronto zoo elephant convoy headed deep into U.S. Midwest. Elephants had overnight stopover at 'World's Largest Truck Stop' in Iowa
Three Toronto Zoo elephants en route to their new home in California have passed Chicago and Nebraska and are now travelling through Wyoming. Their convoy crossed the U.S. border early Friday after leaving the Toronto Zoo bef...
2013-10-20   Walcott, United States Category: relocation

National Zoo Is Part of Elephant Study Awarded Prestigious Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute’s endocrinology laboratory is set to play a vital role in what will be the most comprehensive and collaborative study on elephant welfare in zoos—a project funded by the fede...
2010-10-22   Washington, United States Category: research

42,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth arrives at Liberty Science Center for month-long exhibit
You may never be too old to learn, but a new exhibit at the Liberty Science Center proves you’re never too old to enlighten either. Lyuba, a 42,000-year old baby woolly mammoth discovered in Siberia in 1997, arrived at the ...
2010-10-11   Jersey City, United States Category: fossil

No elephants in Chicago. Brookfield Zoo sends away its last specimen, but says it's temporary
For the first time since 1889, there are no elephants in either Chicago zoo. On Wednesday, Brookfield Zoo shipped its lone female, Joyce, to a Six Flags park in New Jersey. Joyce, a 27-year-old African elephant, was lent by S...
2010-09-26   Chicago, United States Category: relocation

Bob Norris: The Marlboro Man, The Cowboy, the Elephant, the Corporate Raider, and the Cold War
If a Hollywood casting agent sent over the quintessential rancher, you’d get Bob Norris, the original owner of the Oldachs’ home. He’s possibly better known as the Marlboro Man — but that is the least interesting role...
2010-09-07   Colorado Springs, United States Category: people

This vet knows when to pat the trunk
Dr. Mark Campbell makes his first house call of the day shortly before 8 a.m. The bearded, bespectacled veterinarian enters the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden´s Elephant House, where his patient awaits. My-Thai, a 36...
2010-08-08   Cincinnati, United States Category: medical

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