Nine African elephants have safely arrived in their new home. Originally from Namibia, the elephants are now the stars of the Africam Safari.
Africam Safari is a 900-acre wildlife preserve in the city of Puebla. The elephants share their knew homes with many other species of African wildlife, including giraffes and zebras.
The confusion surrounding the elephants early lives has been cleared up. They were never orphans, and the move to Mexico is not a rescue.
The full Huffington Post story can be found here:
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