Rescue elephant is zoo's first pregnancy in 11 years
At 23 years old, zookeepers say an African elephant named Seeni is expecting and due this summer. Seeni was rescued from Botswana, along with two other females, and the handlers have been waiting for her to get pregnant.
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Pittsburgh Zoo staff are thrilled at the news as her calf will be the first born at the facility since it opened in 2006. Even with good news, keepers say Seeni's is a high-risk pregnancy.
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