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Mae Elu at Unknown

† Mae Elu
ID Number:
Species: Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Female ♀, unknown maybe about years old (estimated age)
Status:Lost to follow-up
Management:Assumed dead
Location:Unknown
ArrivedUnknown 2009-04-00
from Elephant Nature Park (Sangduen Chailert)
Elephant Nature Park (Sangduen Chailert) 2005-00-00
from
Born:1950? wild
Offspring and year of birth:
  1. (F) Mae Kah
Document updated2010-03-14: new location
2018-05-09: lost

Mae is a prefix name, used in Burma, Laos and Thailand for female elephants, often for females who had babies. (Mae means mother)


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