|Region:||Bhutan is in this database included in asia||Other regions|
Bhutan has about 678wild elephants. Source:Second edition of the National Elephant Survey. The Department of Forest and Park Services (DoFPS) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) conducted the survey.
|Elephants in locations||3 (1,1) living||0 (0,0) dead|
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2018: Bhutan has 678 elephants, an increase from 513 elephants in 2011. This is according to the second edition of the National Elephant Survey. The report was launched yesterday in Sarpang coinciding with the World Elephant Day. The Department of Forest and Park Services (DoFPS) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) conducted the survey.
Reference listKoehl, D., Facts about elephants in Bhutan. Elephant Encyclopedia, (2020) available online retrieved at https://www.elephant.se/country.php?name=Bhutan. (archived at the Wayback machine)
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|King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck|
Kept totally 2 elephants
|, 0 present (0,0)||0 births||2 relocated||0 deaths||private||Thimphu|
|Serbithang Royal Botanic Garden|
Kept totally 3 elephants
|, 3 present (1,1)||0 births||0 relocated||0 deaths||zoo||Thimphu|