Hierakonpolis Nekhen royal menagerie, located at Al Boseilah Qebli, in Edfo, Egypt.
Hierakonpolis Nekhen royal menagerie has in its collection 2 elephantine taxidermy specimens with records in this database:(Measurements of teeth and body parts follow the system described by Maglio (1973; P = plate number, L = length, W = width, H = height, LF =
Nekhen (/ˈnɛkən/) in Ancient Egyptian; in Ancient Greek: Ἱεράκων πόλις Hierakonpolis (/ˌhaɪərəˈkɒnpəlɪs/ or Hierakōn polis "Hawk City", in Egyptian Arabic: الكوم الأحمر, romanized: el-Kōm el-Aḥmar, lit. 'the Red Mound') was the religious and political capital of Upper Egypt at the end of prehistoric Egypt (c. 3200–3100 BC) and probably, also during the Early Dynastic Period (c. 3100–2686 BC).
The oldest known zoological collection in the world was revealed during excavations at Nekhen in 2009 of a menagerie that dates to c. 3500 BC. The animals included hippopotami, hartebeest, elephants, baboons, and African wildcats.