Moki is a living Female ♀ African savanna elephant (Loxodonta africana), located at Seneca Park Zoo, in United States.
Moki arrived Seneca Park Zoo 2015-00-00, relocated from Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, in United States.In Seneca Park Zoo, Moki lives together with 2 other elephants with records in this database: (detailed list)
Moki was born wild 1982 at Zimbabwe unspecified location, captured 1983 . and imported 1984, Air, private Boeing 707
In March 1986, Scott and Heidi Riddle purchased 1.4 African elephants from Arthur Jones - Solomon, Felix, Msichana, Mokala and Mugsy. Msichana and Mokala were given to the Lee Richardson Zoo five months later after the death of Twinkles at the Kansas institution. Felix was transferred to another location the following year until her return in 1996 and sold again (pregnant) in 2007 to the Maryland Zoo with Tuffy. Mugsy and Solomon remained at the Arkansas farm until their deaths in 1996 and 2008, respectively.
In Decemeber 2006, the Lee Richardson Zoo sent both of their 24 year old female African elephants to the Jacksonville Zoo as breeding candidates for the Species Suvival Plan. They joined 23 year old female Sheena and 15 year old male Ali. In return, Missy and Kimba (36 and 24 years old respectively) were transferred from Florida to Kansas.
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