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Captive born elephants at FAE Elephant Hospital in Thailand

NameSpecies
Sex
OriginAgeBirthDeath dateParentsArrivalPresent or last Location
notnamed
EM
F
2 years2016-04-29 x WongdueanUnknown
+ Naka
EM
M
< 1 2 years2013-01-002014-03-12 x KampanFAE Elephant Hospital
Chompoo
EM
F
8 years2010-08-25Plai Jok x JokiaMae Wang Elephant Camp
+ Namfon
EM
F
< 1 8 years2009-04-262009-12-18 x Boon Dee (Pang Boontan)FAE Elephant Hospital
+ Baby Zeno
EM
F
2 years2008-09-242010 x Kamprai FAE Elephant Hospital
+ miscarriage:
EM
M
< 1 2 years2006-05-072006-05-07 x KamsriFAE Elephant Hospital
Aura
EM
F
13 years2005-04-27 x BoonTung La Kon elephant camp
Noel
EM
M
15 years2003-12-24 x ThongkwaouUnknown
Bee-Bee (Baby BB)
EM
F
15 years2003-08-23 x JokiaMae Wang Elephant Camp
+ Pooh-Pah
EM
F
3 years1999-02-172002 x AuanFAE Elephant Hospital
+ Toansai
EM
M
3 years2008 x NoiFAE Elephant Hospital
Songkran
EM
F
x Kamprai Unknown
Auro
EM
F
x Kamprai Unknown


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