Sedgwick County Zoo elephants Cinda, left, and Stephanie were a popular attraction at the Sedgwick County Zoo before Cinda died in 2014, leaving Stephanie the zoo’s lone elephant. Since Cinda’s death, bringing more elephants to the zoo has been a top priority for zoo officials. Now, an animal-rights group is using legal action to try to block the import of six new elephants to the zoo.
Sedgwick County Zoo elephants Cinda, left, and Stephanie were a popular attraction at the Sedgwick County Zoo before Cinda died in 2014, leaving Stephanie the zoo’s lone elephant. Since Cinda’s death, bringing more elephants to the zoo has been a top priority for zoo officials. Now, an animal-rights group is using legal action to try to block the import of six new elephants to the zoo. Jaime Green File photo
Sedgwick County Zoo elephants Cinda, left, and Stephanie were a popular attraction at the Sedgwick County Zoo before Cinda died in 2014, leaving Stephanie the zoo’s lone elephant. Since Cinda’s death, bringing more elephants to the zoo has been a top priority for zoo officials. Now, an animal-rights group is using legal action to try to block the import of six new elephants to the zoo. Jaime Green File photo

Animal-rights group moves to block zoos’ elephant import

February 15, 2016 04:38 PM

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