National Zoo debuts new elephant exhibit

09/3/2010 | Washington Post, The

Elephants at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., are getting used to new digs as the zoo opens the first phase of a two-part, $52 million project that is part of an ongoing effort to become a center for elephant research and study. The new digs include a 5,700-square-foot barn, a pool in one of two new yards and a woodsy exercise trail for the zoo's three Asian elephants. When the expansion is finished in 2013, the facility will have room for up to 10 of the pachyderms.

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