Baby elephants adapting well to temporary home in Sepilok

Jimbo and Tun Tan being cared by a Wildlife Rescue Unit.

KOTA KINABALU: Two male elephant calves rescued from plantations in Sabah’s east coast on Feb 12 are adapting well to their temporary home at Sepilok in Sandakan district.

Sabah Wildlife Department assistant director Dr Sen Nathan said one of the calves, Jimbo, had gained 9kg and now weighed 88.6kg.

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