The story of how an Australian elephant died and how we can save elephants from extinction has taken a tragic turn for the worse with news that a man who lived near the iconic zoo in New South Wales has died of a heart attack.
The death of Anthony Ridsdale, who was 65, came as a shock to his wife, Deborah, and the couple were all shocked by the news.
Mr Ridssey’s death has left his widow, Deborah Ridsdales, devastated and desperate to save elephants.
The Ridsdsons say their family is devastated and ask for privacy during this difficult time.
Anthony Rysdale (centre) and his wife Deborah (right) with their daughter Charlotte, who died after a heart problem.
Source: ABC News | Duration: 1min 44secTopics:human-interest,people,zoo-barrens-2400,newcastle-2300,parramatta-2150,vic,new-zealandFirst posted February 02, 2020 16:57:51More stories from New South Welsh