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Uncertainty follows circus elephants’ final act
After Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey ended the elephant show in May, The Washington Post took an exclusive tour of the Center for Elephant Conservation to see how the circus’s biggest stars were adjusting to their new home.
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