After outcry from both American and Mexican animal rights’ activists, a Texas zoo has decided to keep a 32-year-old elephant named Jenny, instead of sending her to a drive-through zoo in Mexico. Since being captured in the wild as a baby, Jenny has suffered from depression and panic attacks. She is a “special-needs elephant,” Margaret Morin of Concerned Citizens for Jenny told the New York Times. Activists say that Jenny should get to spend her last years roaming on a 2,700-acre wildlife preserve in Tennessee.