Tusk, But Verify

The Oregon Zoo told voters it needed $125 million to make more room for elephants. It’s also making more elephants.

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In August 2008, Oregon Zoo elephant Rose-Tu gave birth to her first calf, Samudra—as if right on cue for the zoo to make a big request...   More
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 AARON MESH

Birth Control at the Oregon Zoo

The Oregon Zoo has a national reputation for its success at breeding Asian elephants and California condors. Zoo curator Chris Pfefferkorn has an additional responsibility that gets far less attention: preventing chimpanzees, lions, gazelles and giraffes from procreating.  While there is a national shortage of elephants and condors, there is an abundance of other zoo animals and limited room to ...   More
Friday, August 10, 2012 SAM STITES


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