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Interview with Marcel Peters, Princess Stephanie’s elephant trainer

Interview with Marcel Peters, Princess Stephanie’s elephant trainer

By Kat Pirelli-Zucchetta - July 23, 2019

Publisher’s note: Monaco Life is 100% committed to promoting and supporting sustainability in all its guises, and for us that includes both planetary and personal sustainability. Today, we are launching the first in our series highlighting species preservation and we are very excited to have world renowned animal advocate Kat Pirelli-Zucchetta as our contributing expert. We hope you enjoy these articles, let’s all do what we can to protect the animal kingdom. Eric Brundage, Publisher Monaco Life. 

 

Marcel Peters has worked with animals for decades. He is an accomplished elephant expert and is HSH Princess Stephanie of Monaco’s right-hand man in caring for her rescued elephant Baby, and Nepal, who recently passed away.

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