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National Elephant Center In Central Florida To House Dozens Of Retired Animals (VIDEO)

June 9, 2013

The elephants of North America now have a place to retire -- sunny Florida.

The National Elephant Center, a 225-acre home for retired or unwanted elephants, welcomed it's first four residents in May. The center is located in Fellsmere, Fla., which provides an ideal climate and environment for the African and Asian elephants that will eventually roam there, including watering holes and areas to wallow in mud. (Take a look at a plan of the center here)

The $15 million complex is supported by a network of zoos and wildlife organizations and will eventually house dozens of elephants long-term.

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