Relocated elephants from Malaysia unspecified location in Malaysia


Malaysia unspecified location had previously 16 elephants relocated to new location.

Nr Sex Species Name Id Status Arrival
Departure
Present locationImport
1 ♀ EM - unknown
FC: Born wild
2020-10-27
Sungai Ketiar elephant sanctuary
2 ♂ EM - unknown
unknown: Born wild 1990?
2019-12-11
Sungai Ketiar elephant sanctuary
3 ♀ EM - Ketiar
FC: Born wild
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
4 ♀ EM - Gawi
FC: Born wild
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
5 ♀ EM - Dusun
FC: Born wild
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
6 ♂ EM - Detox
FC: Born wild
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
7 ♂ EM - Badol
FC: Born wild
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
8 ♂ EM - Abby
FC: Born wild
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
9 ♀ EM - Jati-Hit
SSP id: 315
PC: Born wild 1987
1991-01-29
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
10 ♀ EM - Teh
FC: Born wild
2014-02-00
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
11 ♂ EM - Tenang
FC: Born wild
2014-02-00
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
12 ♀ EM - Limau
FC: Born wild
2014-02-00
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
13 ♀ EM - Jambu
FC: Born wild
2014-02-00
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
14 ♂ EM - Abong
FC: Born wild
2014-02-00
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
15 ♀ EM - Puteri
FC: Born wild
2014-02-00
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)
16 ♂ EM - Che Long
FC: Born wild
2014-02-00
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)

Source for the list of elephants relocated, previously living at Malaysia unspecified location

Reference list

Facts about previously kept elephants, relocated from Malaysia unspecified location in Malaysia, Elephant Encyclopedia, Koehl, D. (2021), available online retrieved 18 August 2022 at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=2752 (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)
2020-10-28 Teh:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Puteri:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Ketiar:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Tenang:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Che Long:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Gawi:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Limau:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Detox:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Jambu:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Dusun:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Badol:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Abong:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2020-10-28 Abby:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  http://www.kecv.com.my/our-elephant-2/
2018-04-09 Jati-Hit:• Ryan Easley, USA
2012-03-12 unknown:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/12/15/perhilitan-relocates-wild-elephant-to-terengganu
2012-03-12 unknown:• Current status of elephants in Peninsular Malaysia, by Saaban et al. (2011), Gajah nr 35, 2012. (Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group)
•  https://headtopics.com/my/injured-wild-elephant-relocated-from-jerantut-16509289


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