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By: Danny Prater
From: PETA

Safe at The Elephant Sanctuary, Nosey Makes Her First New Friends in Decades

For decades, an African elephant named Nosey languished in chains as she was carted around the country and exploited for entertainment. She was denied the crucial companionship of other elephants, which was surely devastating for her. But thankfully, her life took a turn for the better after officials in Lawrence County, Alabama, as well as PETA and tens of thousands of compassionate people took action. Nosey was freed from her longtime abuser and sent to rest and recover at her new permanent home, The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee (TES). And now there’s more good news! TES has announced that Nosey has been introduced to two new Asian elephant friends, Sissy and Tarra.

Read more: https://www.peta.org/blog/nosey-makes-new-friends-elephant-sanctuary-sissy-tarra/

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