Poisoned baby Borneo pygmy elephant survives

Kejora's caretaker giving the baby elephant a bath at the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park.

KOTA KINABALU: An ailing baby Borneo pygmy elephant, the sole survivor of a poisoning that killed a herd of 14 elephants including its mother in January, is out of the woods.

The calf Baby Kejora @ Joe has gained weight and is now socialising with other elephants at the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park here as veterinarians believe that the elephant is now in good health.

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