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Mas at Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre

Female ♀ Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) Mas at Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre

(From left) Kala, Mas and Timur undergoing training with their trainers at the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary in Lanchang, Kuantan. Photo: © Mohd Rafi Mamat
Mas
ID Number:Local id Number: 22 - 
Species: Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Female ♀
Management:Free contact
Location:Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre
ArrivedKuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre
from Melaka Zoo (Malacca Zoo)
Born: wild
Document updated2014-02-04: text, prev loc
From Johor.

2012-04-21: However, it has now managed to tame three wild elephants, brought from Malacca Zoo. They are Timur, Mas and Kala.
Teaching elephants new tricks - General - New Straits Times

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