Zimbabwe Sent 30 Baby Elephants to China

Zimbabwe Sent 30 Baby Elephants to China
Zimbabwe Sent 30 Baby Elephants to China

According to Humane Society International, Zimbabwe sent 30 baby elephants to China for zoos.

The elephants were separated from the mother flocks of 2 to 6-year-old elephants and kept in Zimbabwe Hwange National Park for a year.

Humane Society wildlife director Audrey Delsink expressed the resentment and resentment of infant elephants being driven out of the country. Humane Society, who says that they are trying to stop the dispatch of these elephants who will live captive life in China, announced the situation to the public with a video.


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