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A Fla. Guest House Large Enough for Elephants

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September 26, 2013
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At the newly opened National Elephant Center in Fellsmere, Florida, elephants are making themselves at home at this unique 200-acre facility. Four African elephants from Disney's Animal Kingdom have currently taken up residence. (Sept. 26)


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