Florida Panel Approves New Rules For Elephant RidesA state panel Thursday approved new rules for elephant rides in Florida, including adding fencing requirements after rides have been offered within makeshift barriers such as hay bales and portable toilets.
Planning To Ride An Elephant In Florida? Pachyderm Rides Could Face New RulesElephant rides, which the state recognizes as having become a “polarizing topic,” could face a series of new rules when the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission meets next week.
U.S. Lifts Restrictions On Hunting Trophies Of Endangered Elephants The U.S. is lifting restrictions on hunters who want to import African elephant trophies from Zambia and Zimbabwe.
‘No Obvious Causes Of Death’ For 44-Year-Old Elephant At Zoo MiamiThe staff at Zoo Miami is at a loss for words after an African elephant suddenly died Tuesday afternoon.
Zoo Miami Celebrates Elephant Conservation With High-Pressure Hose DownA weekend-long celebration of World Elephant Day continued at Zoo Miami.
Elephant Refuge Center Pulls Out Of FloridaAn elephant refuge company says will they no longer do business in Florida.
“Golden Girls" Make Official Debut At Zoo MiamiZoo Miami is officially introducing two of its newest and largest residents Friday, while also unveiling a special donation to commemorate the commitment to caring for them.
Elephant Retirees Lisa & Cita Arrive At Zoo MiamiThere was a huge delivery at Zoo Miami Tuesday. Two African elephants dubbed the “Golden Girls” arrived from a zoo in Virginia, because, well, can you think of a better place to retire?
Zoo Miami To Welcome Two New Elephants TuesdayZoo Miami will be receiving two very large additions on Tuesday. Two African elephants from the Virginia Zoo.
Circus Comes To TownTo herald the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus coming to town, a procession of elephants and horses was led through Downtown Miami.