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March 5, 2014 12:00 AM

Death hastens closure of Greenville Zoo elephant exhibit

The death of Ladybird, one of the Greenville Zoo’s African elephants, late Monday night leaves behind a four-ton sized hole, not only in the hearts of those who loved and cared for her, but also in the elephant exhibit itself, which will now hasten to its closure.

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