Sabah Wildlife concerned over rising number of orphaned baby elephants


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  • Saturday, 27 Feb 2016

Some of the rescued elephant calves.

KOTA KINABALU: The increasing number of orphaned baby Bornean elephants being rescued from plantations near forest reserves is worrying the Sabah Wildlife Department.

The fact that the baby elephants were found wandering alone was an indication that the adult animals including their mothers had been killed.

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