† unknown is a dead Lost to follow-up unknown African savanna elephant, (Loxodonta africana), who died at Royal Melbourne Zoological Park, in Australia, in , (see detailed list).
unknown was born unknown in South Africa unspecified location. and imported 1914
1914-12-26: Mr. Ellis Joseph, who is well known to the directors of the various Zoological Gardens in the Commonwealth, and to zoological collectors generally, is a passenger from Durban to the eastern States by the
Swedish-Australian steamer Nordic, which arrived at Port Adelaide on Thurs
day. He is a collector of wild and rare animals and birds, and has with him on the present trip a fine collection. It in cludes a brown hyena, two lions, four leopards, two zebras, two South American llamas, Moufflons, Barbary sheep, blesbok, springbok, ducker bok, impalla, and sable antelopes, jackals, lemurs, two South African elephants. "RARE ANTMALS AND BIRDS." The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) 26 december 1914: 6. Web. 11 nov 2018
A young African elephant is: looked upon as a great acquisition (Melbourne Zoo)
A young African elephant is: looked upon as a great acquisition
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