Woodland Park Zoo
Two Asian elephants from Seattle finally have arrived in Oklahoma City after political opposition, legal challenges and stormy weather.
Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo recently made the difficult and controversial decision to close its popular elephant exhibit and move Chai and Bamboo to a larger zoo in Oklahoma so they can join a larger herd.
Seattle zoo officials say the two elephants moving to Oklahoma will likely spend a few weeks in San Diego before continuing their journey.
Activists’ lawyer Alyne Fortgang says another lawsuit is pending in federal court.
A King County judge is set to hear a case challenging the Woodland Park Zoo’s ownership of two Seattle elephants that are to be moved to the Oklahoma City Zoo.
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A river otter born at the Oregon Zoo will be moving next week to the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle.
The zoo said last month it’s planning to send its two Asian elephants, Bamboo and Chai, to Oklahoma City. Activists wanted them to go to a wildlife sanctuary
The Woodland Park Zoo announced Friday that it will send its two endangered Asian elephants, Bamboo and Chai, to the Oklahoma City Zoo so they can be part of a larger social herd
Protesters in Seattle attempted to push their way into Wooldland Park Zoo’s first board meeting since the zoo decided to shut down its elephant exhibit.