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Posted: Thursday, March 30, 2006 10:00 pm

SAN ANDREAS - Winky, a 9,500-pound Asian elephant that was a featured attraction for 36 years at the Sacramento Zoo, savors her retirement with seven other elephants on a sprawling range in the oak-studded hills of California's Gold Country.

Her arrival at the Ark 2000 sanctuary of the Performing Animal Welfare Society, or PAWS, was arranged due to Winky's aching feet and pointed acknowledgments by two zoos that their artificial elephant habitats were ill-equipped to meet the needs of the massive animals.

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