The Elephant Sanctuary
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The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee in Hohenwald, Tennessee is a non-profit organization licensed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Founded by Carol Buckley and Scott Blais in 1995, The Sanctuary has provided a home to 24 elephants, all retired from zoos and circuses. The Elephant Sanctuary provides these elephants with a natural habitat, individualized care for life, and the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe haven dedicated to their well being.
- also known as Elephant Sanctuary, Hohenwald; The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennesee; The Elephant Sanctuary, Hohenwald; The Elephant Sanctuary Hartbeespoort Dam
- official website: www.elephants.com
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Saving Lilly (2001)
by Peg Kehret
The elephant sanctuary is a nonprofit organization, funded by individuals ...
Living with Spirit (2009)
Journey of a Flower Child by Peggy Kornegger
The Elephant Sanctuary is the nation's largest natural habitat refuge for African and Asian elephants. It provides a haven for old, sick, or needy elephants, usually from zoos or circuses, on 2,700 acres in Tennessee. Educating the public about ...
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