Growing concern on whether mothers of rescued elephant calves were poisoned

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 19 Feb 2014

Jimbo and Tun Tan being cared for at Sepilok by two members of the Wildlife Rescue Unit.

KOTA KINABALU: A concern is growing on whether the mothers of two rescued Borneo Pygmy female elephant calves found wandering in two plantations on Feb 12 were poisoned.

Wildlife rangers have been combing areas to locate the whereabouts of the elephant cows and their herd but have yet to locate any of the herd in the Kinabatangan area.

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