The Queen of England visited the baby elephant Elizabeth
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II visited the elephant, named in her honor, reports ITV.
Her Majesty along with the Duke of Edinburgh Philip took part in the official opening ceremony of the centre for elephant care at the zoo Wisniewska. She talked with the Rangers and watched them work.
The Queen has been @ZSLWhipsnadeZoo meeting and feeding an elephant. She’s then off to visit a care home in #Dunstable #HeartNews pic.twitter.com/gIun8khTRl
— Four Counties News (@Heart4CNews) 11 APR 2017
The center became the new home to nine Asian elephants, including eight-month-old Elizabeth, who was born the day before the 90th birthday of the Queen.
Today we were very excited to welcome HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh to open our brand new Centre for Elephant Care. pic.twitter.com/X49ePHrb8G
— ZSL Whipsnade Zoo (@ZSLWhipsnadeZoo) 11 APR 2017
The work of the zoo manages the Zoological society of London, whose patron is Her Majesty.