Wildlife rangers probe pygmy elephant death


KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife rangers are investigating the death of a Borneo pygmy elephant that was shot dead near a village in Tungku, about 80km from Lahad Datu.

The elephant was believed to be part of a herd of about six that has been raiding villagers’ farms for the past three months.

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