Relocated elephants from Circus Barum in Germany

Circus Barum had previously 4 elephants relocated to new location.

Nr Sex Species Name Id Status Arrival
Present locationImport
1 † ♂ EM - Jacky
dead: Born wild 1899 Dead: 1937-04-22, 38 yrs Reason: unknown:
Leipzig Zoo
2 ♀ EM - Inda
EEP id: 8513
PC: Born wild 1970 1974-00-00
Parco Faunistico Le Cornelle
3 † ♀ EM - Putschie
EEP id: 7001
dead: Born wild 1971 Dead: 2001-10-31, 30 yrs Reason: euthanised: tuberculosis 1974-00-00
Kolmarden Zoo
4 † ♀ EM - Citta (Zita)
dead: Born wild 1972 Dead: 1998-11-15, 26 yrs Reason: disease: herpes virus? 1974-00-00
Krefeld Zoo

Source for the list of elephants relocated, previously living at Circus Barum

Reference list

Facts about previously kept elephants, relocated from Circus Barum in Germany, Elephant Encyclopedia, Koehl, D. (2024), available online retrieved 25 February 2024 at (archived at the Wayback machine)

Sources used for this list:

Latest updateName of elephantSource (if it is a website, the target website will open in new window)
2018-12-01 Inda:• import year: Documentation 2002 - Elephants in European Zoos and Safari Parks published by European Elephant Group: Haufellner, Schilfarth, Schweiger
2018-11-13 Putschie:• Kolmarden Zoo records, Sven Mellgren
Elephants and Egotists by Patricia Sumerling
2011-04-11 Citta (Zita):• 
Elephants and Egotists by Patricia Sumerling
2009-11-11 Jacky:• Peter Stolk, Netherlands
• Jonas Livet, France
• Page 78,
Jumbo auf dem Drahtseil - Elefanten dressuren von gestern und heute by Gerhard Zapf

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