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Plai Huay Yai at Unknown

Plai Huay Yai
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Species: Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Male ♂ 8 years old
Management:Free contact
ArrivedUnknown 2010-03-00
Born:2010-03-00 wild
Document updated2010-03-27: 
Plai Huay Yai, aged 15 days old, strayed from the wild herd and fell into the Huay Yai ravine in Phato district of Chumphon. It was taken to a nearby army unit where it has been treated for external injuries. The calf was named Huay Yai after the place where it fell.

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