Sixteen years after it opened to accommodate elephants, tigers, bears and other animals rescued or retired from circuses and the exotic animal trade, the ARK sanctuary finally gone solar. It has begun using the power of the sun to fuel its hydraulic water pumps, gates, oversized refrigerators and freezers and staff offices.
Sixteen years after it opened to accommodate elephants, tigers, bears and other animals rescued or retired from circuses and the exotic animal trade, the ARK sanctuary finally gone solar. It has begun using the power of the sun to fuel its hydraulic water pumps, gates, oversized refrigerators and freezers and staff offices. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Sixteen years after it opened to accommodate elephants, tigers, bears and other animals rescued or retired from circuses and the exotic animal trade, the ARK sanctuary finally gone solar. It has begun using the power of the sun to fuel its hydraulic water pumps, gates, oversized refrigerators and freezers and staff offices. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

PAWS harnesses the sun to feed, water, care for its exotic animals

August 03, 2016 3:56 PM

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