Ron Magill holds elephant dung in front of buckets of Zoo Doo, compost made from manure that is now being sold to the public.
Ron Magill holds elephant dung in front of buckets of Zoo Doo, compost made from manure that is now being sold to the public. ZOO MIAMI Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Ron Magill holds elephant dung in front of buckets of Zoo Doo, compost made from manure that is now being sold to the public. ZOO MIAMI Photo provided to the Miami Herald

What do you do with a daily ton of doo-doo? Miami zoo finds a market

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