Pang Boonna (Boun Na, Mae Boun Nam) at Unknown

Pang Boonna (Boun Na, Mae Boun Nam)
ID Number:Chip id Number: 116-869-546A - 
Species: Asian elephant
Sex and age:Female 44 years
Management:Free contact
Location:Unknown
ArrivedUnknown 2012-02-00
from Anantara Golden Triangles Elephant Camp
Anantara Golden Triangles Elephant Camp
from Mae Taeng Elephant Park
Mae Taeng Elephant Park 2004-05-00
from Elephant Nature Park (Sangduen Chailert)
Elephant Nature Park (Sangduen Chailert) 2003-05-00
from Mae Taeng Elephant Park
Born:1973 unknown
Offspring and year of birth:
  1. (M) unknown
  2. () unknown
  3. () unknown
  4. (M) 2001-11-15 Tong Suk (Jungle Boy)
  5. (M) 2010-05-23 Plai Pachok (Pa Chok, Nong Phil)
Document updated2010-05-26: prev locations
2013-04-30: transfered

Pang is a prefix name, used in Thailand for female elephants.

Boun Na, is in her late-twenties and has had four calves in her time, two of which died due to the neglect of a previous mahout and two have survived one working in a tourist camp in Chiang Mai whilst the other holds court at the Elephant Nature Park where he is adored by all. Owned by karen fam fr Mae Sa Top.

2010-05-23: Became mother again, to Nong Phil.

Sources, among others

  • http://www.helpingelephants.org/ant_camp.html
  • http://www.elephantnaturefoundation.org/go/elephants/elephant/tong-suk

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