Princess Penny and Jack, a 1-year-old pony who was on a trial visit to the Nay Aug Zoo, get acquainted under the watchful eye of director George Lowry.
|† Princess Penny||ID Number:||SSP Number: T2253 -|
|Sex and age:||Female, unknown years|
|Dead date:||† 1971-07-01|
|Death reason:||disease: extensive bloating|
|Location:||Nay Aug Park Zoo|
|Arrived||Nay Aug Park Zoo 1966-06-00|
|Document updated||2011-01-01: New elephant RE|
The North American Regional Studbook lists this elephant with a Temporary Studbook Number, lacking "supporting documentation to validate their identity."The North American Regional Studbook lists this elephant as Lost-to-Follow up, or a "documented animal whose current location is unknown." Elephant.se will assume this elephant is dead until more information is provided or discovered.
In 1966, Scranton began a third campaign to purchase a replacement elephant. The Nay Aug Zoo's second elephant Tillie had shortly before been euthanized. Baby elephant Princess Penny arrived in Scranton in September 1966, though died less than five years later in July 1971 due to extensive bloating.
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