In 1929, Kay the elephant was welcomed to an Indiana zoo with a parade. Twenty-five years later, she was labeled a killer, traded, and forgotten.
Her replacement, Bunny, lived for decades as the zoo’s only elephant until a sanctuary offered her a new home with elephant companions. The offer divided a community as it considered what was best for Bunny.
“Two Elephants” reveals the universal lessons about elephants in captivity and reminds us that every elephant has a story.