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Escaped circus elephant that killed a German man is relocated to a German safari park

  • Female elephant "Baby",   is  fed by zoo keeper Stefan Frank  at the  enclosure in the Safaripark  in  Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, western Germany Monday June 16, 2015. The elephant that escaped from a German circus and killed a man has successfully been relocated to a safari park and officials there say she’s showing no signs of aggression. The 34-year-old African elephant named “Baby” on Saturday killed a 65-year-old man who was walking in the woods near Buchen, in southwestern Germany. Police said Monday they were still investigating whether someone forgot to close her cage or if she was intentionally released. ( Friso Gentsch/dpa, via AP)

    Female elephant "Baby", is fed by zoo keeper Stefan Frank at the enclosure in the Safaripark in Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, western Germany Monday June 16, 2015. The elephant that escaped from a German circus and killed a man has successfully been relocated to a safari park and officials there say she’s showing no signs of aggression. The 34-year-old African elephant named “Baby” on Saturday killed a 65-year-old man who was walking in the woods near Buchen, in southwestern Germany. Police said Monday they were still investigating whether someone forgot to close her cage or if she was intentionally released. ( Friso Gentsch/dpa, via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • Female elephant "Baby",   is  fed by zoo keeper Stefan Frank  at the  enclosure in the Safaripark  in  Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, western Germany Monday June 16, 2015. The elephant that escaped from a German circus and killed a man has successfully been relocated to a safari park and officials there say she’s showing no signs of aggression. The 34-year-old African elephant named “Baby” on Saturday killed a 65-year-old man who was walking in the woods near Buchen, in southwestern Germany. Police said Monday they were still investigating whether someone forgot to close her cage or if she was intentionally released.  ( Friso Gentsch/dpa, via AP)

    Female elephant "Baby", is fed by zoo keeper Stefan Frank at the enclosure in the Safaripark in Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, western Germany Monday June 16, 2015. The elephant that escaped from a German circus and killed a man has successfully been relocated to a safari park and officials there say she’s showing no signs of aggression. The 34-year-old African elephant named “Baby” on Saturday killed a 65-year-old man who was walking in the woods near Buchen, in southwestern Germany. Police said Monday they were still investigating whether someone forgot to close her cage or if she was intentionally released. ( Friso Gentsch/dpa, via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • Female elephant "Baby",  stand in her new enclosure in the Safaripark  in  Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, western Germany Monday June 16, 2015. The elephant that escaped from a German circus and killed a man has successfully been relocated to a safari park and officials there say she’s showing no signs of aggression. The 34-year-old African elephant named “Baby” on Saturday killed a 65-year-old man who was walking in the woods near Buchen, in southwestern Germany. Police said Monday they were still investigating whether someone forgot to close her cage or if she was intentionally released. ( Friso Gentsch/dpa, via AP)

    Female elephant "Baby", stand in her new enclosure in the Safaripark in Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, western Germany Monday June 16, 2015. The elephant that escaped from a German circus and killed a man has successfully been relocated to a safari park and officials there say she’s showing no signs of aggression. The 34-year-old African elephant named “Baby” on Saturday killed a 65-year-old man who was walking in the woods near Buchen, in southwestern Germany. Police said Monday they were still investigating whether someone forgot to close her cage or if she was intentionally released. ( Friso Gentsch/dpa, via AP)  (The Associated Press)

An elephant that escaped from a German circus and killed a man over the weekend has been relocated to a German safari park.

The 34-year-old African elephant named "Baby" on Saturday killed a 65-year-old man who was walking in the woods near Buchen, in southwestern Germany. Police said Monday they were still investigating whether someone forgot to close the elephant's cage or if she was intentionally released.

It's still not clear why Baby attacked the man.

Safari Park Stukenbrock spokeswoman Susanna Stubbe says Baby is being kept away from the public but is now living with three other elephants and "her socialization is going well." Stubbe says the park in northwestern Germany already has two other elephants from a circus that folded last year.