Lasah an Asian elephant at Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre


♂ Lasah

Identification


Description

Species:Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Male ♂
Management:Free contact
Origin
Born:*
Birth place:
Locations
Present / last location:Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre, in Malaysia

Date of Arrival
(Presently sometimes errors!)

2018-00-00Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre
from Langkawi Elephant Adventures
Langkawi Elephant Adventures 2006-00-00
from Melaka Zoo (Malacca Zoo)
Melaka Zoo (Malacca Zoo) 2003-00-00
from Unknown
Unknown
from Unknown
Unknown
from Melaka Zoo (Malacca Zoo)
Melaka Zoo (Malacca Zoo) 1997-10-07
from Singapore Zoo

Document updated2012-04-17:
2017-03-15: news link
2018-08-01: transferred
Random literature
Description

Location


Lasah is a living Male ♂ Asian elephant (Elephas maximus), located at Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre, in Malaysia.

Lasah arrived Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre 2018-00-00, relocated from Langkawi Elephant Adventures, in Malaysia.

In Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre, Lasah lives together with 27 other elephants with records in this database: (detailed list)

  1. Abot born 1997
  2. ,
  3. Abut born 2000
  4. ,
  5. Alice (Mawar) born 2001
  6. ,
  7. Awang Jerek
  8. ,
  9. Berabung born 2005
  10. ,
  11. Cek Mek (Chek Mek)
  12. ,
  13. Ceri
  14. ,
  15. Charlie
  16. ,
  17. Jeli born 2009?
  18. ,
  19. Kala
  20. ,
  21. Langsat
  22. ,
  23. Lasah born 2001
  24. ,
  25. Lokimala
  26. ,
  27. Mas
  28. ,
  29. Mek Bunga
  30. ,
  31. Mentopyan
  32. ,
  33. Metty (Myan Thon Pyan) born 1982
  34. ,
  35. Paloh born 2010?
  36. ,
  37. Pandan
  38. ,
  39. Rambai born 1978
  40. ,
  41. Sanom born 2003
  42. ,
  43. Seledang (Selendang)
  44. ,
  45. Siput born 2005
  46. ,
  47. Syawal (Shawal) born 2005
  48. ,
  49. Tapis
  50. ,
  51. Timur
  52. ,
  53. unknown
  54. , (see detailed list).

Origin


Lasah was born .


Comments / pictures

Unconfirmed relocation date:

"During the event, Dr Xavier also announced the successful relocations of Lasah, a 37-year-old male Asian elephant, and a Malayan tiger named Zanah from their former home at the now closed-down Langkawi Elephant Adventures.

Lasah became a cause celebre since animal rights NGO Friends of the Orangutan published photos of him with his chained leg in 2016.

He has since been relocated to the Kuala Gandah National Elephant Conservation Centre in Pahang.



Lasah on elephant-news.comElephant News: articles where Lasah is mentioned on elephant-news.com

2017-03-14Langkawi park elephant in good shape, says natural resources and environment ministry - Elephant News



Reference listKoehl, Dan, (2021). Lasah, an Asian elephant at Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Education Centre in Malaysia. Elephant Encyclopedia, available online retrieved 14 June 2021 at https://www.elephant.se/database2.php?elephant_id=12544. (archived at the Wayback machine)


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Links

Internal relevant links

Lasah mentioned on our sister website www.elephant-news.com

2017-03-14Langkawi park elephant in good shape, says natural resources and environment ministry - Elephant News

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    This document was updated: 2020-10-18 06:25:24


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