Mae BoonTha
Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) at
Unknown in Unknown

♀ Mae BoonTha



Species:Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Female ♀
Status:Lost to follow-up
Management:Lost to follow-up
Birth place:
Total: 1 babies

1. Born 2003 Suda (Su Da)
Locations - owners
Present / last location:Unknown, in Unknown

Date of arrival

from Thailand unspecified location

Thailand unspecified location
from Maetaeng Elephant Park

2005-00-00Maetaeng Elephant Park
from Thai Elephant Conservation Center (TECC)

2005-00-00Thai Elephant Conservation Center (TECC)
from Maetaeng Elephant Park

2003-00-00Maetaeng Elephant Park
from Thailand unspecified location

Record history
History of updates2011-03-14: new record
2018-05-09: lost

Latest document update2020-10-18 06:25:24
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Mae BoonTha is a living Lost to follow-up Female ♀ Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) , located at the Unknown, in Unknown.

BoonTha arrived to the Unknown unknown date, relocated from the Thailand unspecified location, in Thailand.

BoonTha lives together with 146 other elephants at the Unknown:
detailed list with arrival dates etc.


  1. (F) 2003 Suda (Su Da)


Mae is a prefix name, used in Burma, Laos and Thailand for female elephants, often for females who had babies. (Mae means mother)

Mae BoonTha was born .

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Both Suda and her mother Mae BoonTha stayed at the park for the next 2 years and were then taken to the elephant training facility in Lampang for 3 months before returning to the park.
Mae BoonTha has since been leased to a different camp

Reference list


Koehl, Dan, (2021). Mae BoonTha , Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) located at Unknown in Unknown. Elephant Encyclopedia, available online retrieved 19 August 2022 at (archived at the Wayback machine)

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