|Region:||Cambodia is in this database included in asia||Other regions|
Cambodia has about 425 (min. 250, max. 600) wild elephants. Source:Maltby & Bourchier (2011)
|Elephants in sanctuary locations||22 (4,18) living||7 (2,5) dead|
|Sex ratio and |
Map above: Elephant distribution (yellow) in Cambodia. Source: Fauna and Flora International, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
2011: The present numbers of wild elephants has been correlated to DNA studies of feaces, a project supported by Fauna and Flora International, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
2006: surveys that collected DNA from elephant dung in Seima Protection Forest revealed a population of approximately 116 animals within the protected area — but not a single elephant was seen during the study.
1999: 500-1000 (Osborn and Vinton, 1999)
1995: 2 000 (Kemf and Jackson, 1995)
There is 121 captive elephants (Jack Highwood, 2011)
During the Pol Pot regime, some domesticated elephants reverted to a wild state. Very few wild elephants were captured during the period 1980 to 2000, according to local people in Mondulkiri.(FAO)
|Airavata Elephant Foundation|
Kept totally 2 elephants
|, 1 present (1,0)||0 births||0 relocated||1 deaths||sanctuary||Labang I commune|
|Lumphat District||Ratanakiri Province||northeast Cambodia|
|Elephant Sanctuary Cambodia|
Kept totally 4 elephants
|, 3 present (0,3)||0 births||0 relocated||1 deaths||sanctuary||Siem Reap Province|
|Elephant Valley Project Cambodia|
Kept totally 23 elephants
|, 10 present (1,9)||0 births||9 relocated||4 deaths||sanctuary||Sen Monorom||Mondulkiri province|
|Kulen Elephant Forest|
Kept totally 9 elephants
|, 8 present (2,6)||0 births||0 relocated||1 deaths||sanctuary||Siem Reap||Siem Reap Province|