One Year On, Zimbabwe's Baby Elephants Still Stuck in Pens

The young elephants that were sold to zoos and parks in Asia are still languishing in confined holding pens in Zimbabwe, a year after being removed from their herds. Concerns are growing for the wellbeing of the animals, aged between about three and six years old, which are trapped in a legal impasse between the Harare government and campaigners.

Baby elephant.


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