Relocated elephants from Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa


Pilanesberg National Park had previously 10 elephants relocated to new location.  

Nr Id Name - stud nr.
Species - Sex
Status Origin
Birth
Age Arrival
Departure
Present locationImport
1Sehlare LA - F wild wild
?
2005-09-24
Pilanesberg National Park
2Gambo LA - M wild wild
?
2005-09-24
Pilanesberg National Park
3Mthondo Mbomwo LA - M FC wild
1975
46
1993-00-00
Okavango Delta
4unknown LA - dead :
unknown:
wild
0
Pilanesberg boma holding facility
5unknown LA - dead : 2005-11-00
unknown:
wild
?
Pilanesberg National Park
6unknown LA - dead : 2005-11-00
unknown:
wild
?
Pilanesberg National Park
7unknown LA - dead : 2005-11-00
unknown:
wild
?
Pilanesberg National Park
8unknown LA - dead : 2005-11-00
unknown:
wild
?
Pilanesberg National Park
9unknown LA - dead : 2005-11-00
unknown:
wild
?
Pilanesberg National Park
10Mashadu LA - M dead : 2005-10-20
euthanised: organs failed
wild
2002
3
2005-10-07
Hammanskraal rehabilitation centre


Source for the list of elephants relocated, previously living at Pilanesberg National Park

Reference list

Facts about previously kept elephants, relocated from Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa, Elephant Encyclopedia, Koehl, D. (2020), available online retrieved 15 January 2021 at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=971 (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)
2008-10-16 Mashadu:
  • Leigh-Ann Woolley, South Africa
  • http://www.news24.com/News24/South_Africa/News/0,,2-7-1442_1821257,00.html
  • 2008-10-15 Gambo:
  • Leigh-Ann Woolley, South Africa
  • 2008-10-15 Sehlare:
  • Leigh-Ann Woolley, South Africa

  • Pilanesberg National Park on elephant-news.com

    Pilanesberg National Park is mentioned on Elephant News:

    DateNameLinks which opens in new window
    2007-09-11Elephant played soccer with me - Elephant News
    Population and individual elephant response to a catastrophic fire in pilanesberg national park. - Elephant News
    2012-03-04Pain of translocation - Elephant News
    2020-09-03Once seen as loners, male elephants shown to follow elders - Elephant News


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