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Mae Sai Roong at Elephant Nature Park (Sangduen Chailert)

† Mae Sai Roong
ID Number:
Species: Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Female ♀, unknown years old
Dead date:
Death reason: unknown: 2011-09-27
Location:Elephant Nature Park (Sangduen Chailert)
ArrivedElephant Nature Park (Sangduen Chailert) 2011-05-04

from Surin unspecified Elephant Camp
Born:1965 unknown
Document updated2011-11-11: dead

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

Partially blind. Arrived weak to ENP. Collapsed a couple of times, and died three days after being pushed by Mae Keow.

Sources, among others

  • http://www.elephantnaturefoundation.org/go/elephants/elephant/mae-sai-roong

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