Officials with the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch said in a statement India was in a temporary sanctuary since he arrived on May 16. He transitioned smoothly into the new half-acre, naturally-wooded enclosure, and is doing well.
The enclosure has a large pool, logs, toys and patches of tall grass for him to play in, while watching his neighbors closely from afar in their own habitats, Noelle Almrud, senior director of Black Beauty Ranch said in a news release.
After giving India a few days to adjust to his home, we introduced him to his new yard over the weekend. I think it's...