Rangers trying to reunite baby elephant with mother

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 09 Jun 2019

He needs his mummy: The calf Borneo Pygmy elephant that strayed into the plantation area in Tawau.

KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) rangers are trying to reunite a baby Borneo pygmy elephant, which strayed into a plantation in Tawau, with its mother.

The elephant calf was found within the estate’s management compound at about 6.30am yesterday.

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