Straying wild jumbo caught

  • Nation Premium
  • Friday, 02 May 2014

KLUANG: A wild elephant that wandered into two villages here has been captured and relocated to the Endau Rompin National Park.

State Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) director Hasnan Yusop said the relocation was done with the help of officials from the Kuala Gandah National Elephant Conservation Centre in Pahang.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Environment , Elephant , relocation , wild


Next In Nation

Ismail Sabri describes first official visit to Singapore a success after launch of VTL Premium
M'sia Cup final: 1,500 police personnel to be on duty Premium
Petronas marks 18-year journey in China Premium
Army arrests 45 illegal Indonesian immigrants in Teluk Punggai Premium
Metal theft: Man arrested, tests positive for morphine Premium
Health Ministry issues SOP on flood management during Covid-19 pandemic to combat 'disaster within a disaster’ Premium
Close relationship between Malaysia and Singapore is of immense importance, says Ismail Sabri Premium
Singapore open to fresh HSR proposals from Malaysia, says Hsien Loong Premium
Khairy: Health Ministry will step up genomic surveillance to detect Omicron variant Premium
Tiger conservation centre already built so no allocation needed in Budget 2022, Dewan Rakyat told Premium

Others Also Read