Elephants at private locations in Spain


1 private locations has kept elephants in Spain
There is presently 0 (0,0) living elephants in private locations in Spain (in this database)

Region: Spain is in this database included in europeOther regions
Location holdings:

1 private locations has kept 0 elephants in Spain

(Database tables with collection of elephants further down on the page)

Elephants in private locations0 (0,0) living0 (0,0) dead
Sex ratio and
Management:
 Male  0 / 0  0%
 Female  0 / 0  0%
 Free contact  0 / 0  0%
 Protected contact  0 / 0  0%
 No contact  0 / 0  0%
 Unknown contact  0 / 0  0%
 wild  0 / 0  0%

Humans that populated the banks of the river Manzanares (Madrid, Spain) during the Middle Palaeolithic (between 127,000 and 40,000 years ago) fed themselves on pachyderm meat and bone marrow. This is what a Spanish study shows and has found percussion and cut marks on elephant remains in the site of Preresa.


Recommended Citation

Koehl, Dan, Facts about elephants in Spain. Elephant Encyclopedia, (2021) available online retrieved at https://www.elephant.se/country.php?name=Spain.
(archived at the Wayback machine)

Sources, among others


Internal relevant links

  • The elephant database startpage. Statistics
  • News about elephants in Spain (From the sister site Elephant News)


  • NameElephant collectionTypePlaceDistrictProvinceStateRegion
    King Philip II of Spain
    Kept totally 2 elephants
    , 0 present (0,0)0 births2 relocated0 deathsprivate



    This document was updated: 2020-09-30 13:23:40


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