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Raju The Elephant Cries After Being Rescued Following 50 Years Of Abuse, Chains

A team of 10 veterinarians and experts from Wildlife SOS, along with 20 Forestry Commission officers and two policemen, managed to rescue the abused elephant.

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In Memory of Dulary
November 1963 ~ December 23, 2013

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2013 in Review

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Upon her arrival at the Sanctuary, Misty turned over a new leaf. She is playful, cooperative and allowing keepers to form a close and safe relationship with her. Her playfulness is contagious and her affection for all she meets is obvious. Her favorite food is bananas.

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