Elephants at Woodland Park Zoo





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Published on Apr 9, 2012

Elephant care at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo.
Video explores why it's so important to work to save these amazing animals. Find out more at http://zoo.org/elephants

Produced by Ryan Hawk, voiced by Karen Ofthus

Woodland Park Zoo's dedication to the care of its elephants, and the protection of wild elephants, is key to our mission. We support vital conservation projects in Africa and Asia that protect elephants and their habitat, reducing human⁄elephant conflict and incorporating the talents of the people who live in their midst.

Woodland Park Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, a network of 210 of the best zoos and aquariums in North America, all committed to animal welfare and conservation. We provide our elephants with excellent nutrition, exercise, veterinary care and environmental enrichment. Learn more about how we care for elephants, our network of professionals, and the important work we support around the world to save some of the most majestic and awe--inspiring animals on earth.


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