Muthanga elephant camp (East Wayanad) in India

Muthanga elephant camp (East Wayanad)
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AddressMuthanga, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
PlaceSulthan Bathery, Wayanad district
RegionKerala
CountryIndia
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2016: One baby elephant captured at Muthanga during February 2016 died

2017-05-10: The elephant known as ‘chullikkomban,’ reportedly involved in at least three elephant attack deaths in the Aralam area over the past three years, was caught after tranquillising it on May 10, 2017. With this, the number of elephants in the Muthanga kraal increased to seven, including three trained elephants, two baby elephants, and ‘SI Bharathan,’ a tusker caged on November 21, 2016.

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