Amarula an African savanna elephant at Pilanesberg National Park


♂ Amarula
Pics taken in April 2012, on Mankwe Way
Pics taken in April 2012, on Mankwe Way
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Species:African savanna elephant (Loxodonta africana)
Sex and age:Male ♂
Id number
Characteristics:no tail
Management:
Origin
Born:* wild
Birth place: in Kruger National Park
Capture: 1998 KNP
Locations
Present / last location:Pilanesberg National Park, in South Africa

Date of Arrival
(Presently sometimes errors!)

1998-00-00Pilanesberg National Park
from Kruger National Park

Document updated2020-10-18
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Amarula is a Male ♂ African savanna elephant (Loxodonta africana), living in Pilanesberg National Park, in South Africa.

Amarula arrived in Pilanesberg National Park 1998-00-00, relocated from Kruger National Park, in South Africa.

In Pilanesberg National Park, Amarula lives together with 9 other elephants with records in this database: (detailed list)

  1. Cyclops
  2. ,
  3. Durga born 1964
  4. ,
  5. Gambo
  6. ,
  7. Lebombo
  8. ,
  9. LT
  10. ,
  11. Nkemele (wild)
  12. ,
  13. Sehlare
  14. ,
  15. Thabo
  16. ,
  17. Uno (wild)
  18. , and many other wild elephants which have no record in this database (see detailed list).

Origin


Amarula was born wild at Kruger National Park, captured 1998 , captured at KNP.


Comments / pictures

Amarula, named after the cream liqueur "Amarula" and produced by Southern Liqueur Company of South Africa, who contributed to the capture of this elephant, is the the biggest bull elephant in the Pilanesberg National Park. He injured his tail in the holding boma in Pilanesberg.



Reference listKoehl, Dan, (2020). Amarula, an African savanna at Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa. Elephant Encyclopedia, available online retrieved 15 January 2021 at https://www.elephant.se/database2.php?elephant_id=7965. (archived at the Wayback machine)


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