Elefantes - San Diego Zoo

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Eleven African elephants, born in South Africa´s Kruger National Park, were translocated to Swaziland in 1994. When scheduled to be culled, seven were brought to San Diego and four to Lowry Park Zoo in Florida in August 2003. Their numbers have grown, and in March 2012, five of these elephants were moved to the Reid Park Zoo in Arizona to form a new herd. In August 2015, another of the elephants moved to a new home with a herd at the Fresno Chaffee Zoo, as part of a breeding loan recommended by the Species Survival Plan program, managed within zoos accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
 Localización:  Estados Unidos - San Diego - CA
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