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Animal rights group wants zoo to release elephant’s records

Dondi the elephant died Wednesday at Southwick’s Zoo. There were no indicators of disease aside from a tooth infection. Dondi the elephant died Wednesday at Southwick’s Zoo. There were no indicators of disease aside from a tooth infection.
By Vivian Ho
Globe Correspondent / July 31, 2010

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An animal advocacy group filed a complaint yesterday with the US Department of Agriculture after the death of a beloved 36-year-old elephant at the Southwick’s Zoo, according to officials from the organization. (Full article: 526 words)

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