A new exhibit at the Indianapolis Zoo this spring will give the African elephants more room and visitors a closer look at them. WFYI’s Taylor Bennett talked with spokesperson Carla Knapp about the new space, how the herd is doing after last year's virus and learn about plans to make part of the zoo into an international hub for conservation efforts.
News • Local News / January 22, 2020
New Conservation Hub, Elephant Exhibit Opening At Indy Zoo
New Conservation Hub, Elephant Exhibit Opening At Indy ZooA new exhibit at the Indianapolis Zoo this spring will give the African elephants more room and visitors a closer look at them. urlIndianapolis Zoo, elephants2020-01-22T00:00:00-05:002020-01-22T00:00:00-05:00
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