Herd of 20 elephants terrorising Telupid


A jumbo problem: Borneo pygmy elephants encroaching into small holders’ oil palm plantation in Telupid.

KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife rangers have moved in to stop a herd of 20 endangered Bornean pygmy elephants from rampaging farm land and a school in the central Telupid district.

Sabah Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga said the herd entered the compound of SMK Telupid yesterday morning.

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