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West Midlands Safari Park 'devastated' after death of African elephant Latabe
Latabe was just 28-years-old when she passed away after initial findings indicated a 'cardiac issue'. She had arrived at the park in 1998 with another female elephant, five, who she had become a close companion too. "She and ...
2021-07-03   Bewdley, United Kingdom Category: death

Elephants make sweet music
WHEN it comes to making music, the elephants at West Midland Safari Park have learned a thing or two. After producing colourful works of art and playing football, their latest interest involves playing the harmonica. A video ...
2009-08-25   West Midlands, United Kingdom Category: film

Elephant Learns to Play Harmonica
An African elephant at the West Midlands Safari Park in Worcestershire, Britain has acquired a unique skill the ability to play the harmonica. Five the elephant fiddled around with a harmonica after someone accidentally left ...
2009-08-14   Bewdley, United Kingdom Category: misc

Elephant falls in love with zoo keeper at West Midland Safari Park
A LOVE-struck elephant has fallen head over heels – or should that be trunk over heels – for her zoo keeper. Five, an African elephant, fell for her 30-year-old keeper, Lawrence Bates, when he was given the task of lookin...
2009-02-10   , United Kingdom Category: people

Trunks at ready for watery cool off
You know how it is when the sun beats down and you just have to cool off? Well, Latabe, the 15-year-old African elephant at the West Midland Safari Park at Bewdley is being given extra long showers to help her enjoy the heat....
2008-05-14   Bewdley, United Kingdom Category:

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