Deceased elephants at Royal Melbourne Zoological Park in Australia

Royal Melbourne Zoological Park has 7 dead Asian elephants (2,5).
Name - stud nr.
Species - Sex
Status Origin - birth Age Parents Arrival date
From
Rani (Rhanee, Ranee) -
(ASMP 1)
(Local Id 188301)
EM - F
dead 1903-12-15
20 years after arrival 1883-03-00
unknown:
wild 1881
Unknown India
22 x 1883-03-00 from
Calcutta Zoo (Alipore Zoological gardens)
Queenie -
(ASMP 5)
(Local Id 190201)
EM - F
dead 1945-06-22
43 years after arrival 1902-03-03
killed: food shortage
wild 1900
Unknown India
45 x 1902-03-03
Unknown
Betty -
(ASMP 24)
(Local Id 390002)
EM - F
dead 1973-09-25
34 years after arrival 1939-01-01
unknown:
wild 1931
Unknown
42 x 1939-01-01 from
Mayfields Kennels and Zoo (H.H. de Souza)
Peggy -
(ASMP 23)
(Local Id 390001)
EM - F
dead 1988-10-30
49 years after arrival 1939-01-01
unknown:
wild 1931
Unknown
57 x 1939-01-01 from
Mayfields Kennels and Zoo (H.H. de Souza)
Willow -
(ASMP 75? (unconfirmed))
EM - F
dead 2016-08-02
0 years after arrival 2016-06-15
euthanised: staphylococcus infection
captive-born 2016-06-15
Royal Melbourne Zoological Park
0 Putra Mas x Num-Oi 2016-06-15
Royal Melbourne Zoological Park
Sanook -
(ASMP 7+)
EM - M
dead 2013-12-03
0 years after arrival 2013-01-17
accident:
captive-born 2013-01-17
Royal Melbourne Zoological Park
0 Bong Su x Num-Oi 2013-01-17
Royal Melbourne Zoological Park
Bong Su -
(ASMP 48)
(Local Id 770004)
EM - M
dead 2017-10-09
40 years after arrival 1977-02-01
euthanised: degenerative joint disease
wild 1974-08-03
Unknown Malaysia
43 x 1977-02-01 from
Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre
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