An elephant who's been living in a defunct Puerto Rican zoo for decades could find a new home in Georgia. The 41-year-old African elephant, named Mundi, lived alone in a small yard and was chained up at night, according to nonprofit Elephant Aid International.
The zoo where she was living had been closed to the public for several years and was forced to shut down last month due to animal neglect.
Elephant Aid International is raising money to help transport Mundi to the elephant refuge sanctuary in Attapulgus where she'll have 850 acres to roam around in. The goal is to get Mundi here by the first week of May.
Source: Fox 5 Atlanta