Gajaba
Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) at
Galgamuwa range forest in Sri Lanka

♂ Gajaba
Photo: Rajiv Welikala
Photo: Rajiv Welikala
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Identification


Description

Species:Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Subspecies: Elephas maximus maximus
Sex and age:Male ♂
Dentition
Incisivestusker
Body height: 3.05 meter, 10.0 feet
Management:Wild elephant
Origin
Born:* wild
Birth place: in Sri Lanka unspecified location
Locations - owners
Present / last location:Galgamuwa range forest, in Sri Lanka

Date of arrival

Galgamuwa range forest
Record history
History of updates2021-09-01

Latest document update2021-09-10 14:04:17
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Biography

Location


Gajaba is a living Male ♂ Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) , located at the Galgamuwa range forest, in Sri Lanka.

Gajaba arrived to the Galgamuwa range forest unknown date, Gajaba lives together with 5 other elephants at the Galgamuwa range forest:

  1. Bindu
  2. Gaminda
  3. Kawanthissa
  4. Kumbhakarna
  5. Sadeva
and possibly other wild elephants which have no record in this database
detailed list with arrival dates etc.

Origin


Gajaba was born wild at Sri Lanka unspecified location.


Comments / pictures

Gajaba is the largest wild Tusker in Sri Lanka. He towers above other elephants and stands an estimated 3.1 meters (10 feet) at the shoulder.

Reference list

References

Koehl, Dan, (2021). Gajaba, Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) located at Galgamuwa range forest in Sri Lanka. Elephant Encyclopedia, available online retrieved 4 July 2022 at https://www.elephant.se/database2.php?elephant_id=10573. (archived at the Wayback machine)


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CategoriesElephants from Galgamuwa range forest | Sri Lanka | Asian elephants


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