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unknown at Bandhavgarh elephant camp (Bathan)

unknown
ID Number:
Species: Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:
Management:unknown
Location:Bandhavgarh elephant camp (Bathan)
ArrivedBandhavgarh elephant camp (Bathan) 2018-09-23
from Ghoghi elephant camp
Born: wild
Capture: 2018, Sidhi district of MP
Document updated2018-09-26:
Fate of four other elephants has now been sealed in the box of captivity as MP Forest officials have decided to train them, most likely for commercial purpose, in Bandhavgarh instead of releasing back in the forests. Once wild and free, the elephants will soon be used to ferry tourists or roll the wooden logs.

Sources, among others

  • http://thehitavada.com/Encyc/2018/9/25/Tranquilised-elephant-calf-dies-in-MP;-4-others-to-be-commercialised.aspx

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