WINSTON — Tava paused momentarily before quickly joining her new companions Alice and George for a midmorning meal of bamboo, hay and apples. Wildlife Safari keepers presented the animal park’s newest resident by coaxing out the 35-year-old African elephant with food. Tava moved to the animal park late last month from Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, Calif. She joins the park’s two other African elephants, George, 32, and Alice, 43. Tava can be viewed by visitors driving through the park starting March 23. Executive Director Dan Van Slyke said the park has been searching for a third elephant since …
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