|Plai Krung Thep||ID Number:|
|Species:||Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)|
|Sex and age:||Male ♂ 0 years old|
|Location:||Surin unspecified Elephant Camp|
|Arrived||Surin unspecified Elephant Camp 2018-06-29|
|Born:||2018-06-29 captive-born in|
Surin unspecified Elephant Camp
|Parents:||Numsurin x Wanida|
|Document updated||2018-06-29: new record|
Plai is a prefix name, orginally a Mon word, meaning youthful male or a strong man, today used in Thailand for male elephants with tusks.
On 29 June 2018, at 9.49am, a baby boy was born to Pang Wanida of Surin, fathered by Plai Numsurin. The new baby was named Plai Krung Thep, which means 'Bangkok'
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