Category: Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor: Pregnant elephants

2 excellent letters appeared in the Seattle Times in response to its article, “Elephant’s pregnancy raises health concerns”.

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Letters: Keeping elephants captive isn’t a conservation project

4 Letters to the editor related to Woodland Park Zoo’s elephants appeared in the Seattle P-I.

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Letters: Better to let kids see animals on nature shows

2 Letters to the editor appear, one in favor and one against the zoo’s elephant program.

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Letters: Free elephants: Death rate high

1 Letter appears in the Seattle Times pointing out the poor conditions and short life spans for elephants in zoos.

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Letters: “The zoo is hoping Chai is pregnant again?”

3 Letters appear in the Seattle Times in response to the death of 6-year-old elephant Hansa.

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Letter: Bamboo the elephant

A letter appears in the Seattle P-I about the poor conditions at WPZ’s elephant exhibit and the condition of Bamboo.

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Letters: Woodland Park Elephants

3 Letters to the editor appear in the Seattle P-I, one from an elephant advocate entitled “Imagine what it’s like to get little or no exercise.”

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Letters: Bamboo the elephant

The Seattle Times prints 2 letters about Bamboo, one from an elephant advocate entitled “Well-deserved sanctuary.”

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Letters: A day at the zoo

2 Very interesting articles appear in the Seattle Times. One speaks to the financial aspects of how the zoo is run, the other is about the lack of education value in the WPZ elephant exhibit.

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Letter: Bamboo should move to Tennessee sanctuary

Former WPZ director, David Hancocks, writes an excellent letter about the poor conditions of captive zoo elephants and the need to move them to sanctuaries.

Read the letter in the Seattle P-I

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