Post-mortem finds pygmy elephant was shot multiple times at close range, tusks removed

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 29 Sep 2019

KOTA KINABALU: A pygmy elephant that was found killed along Sungai Udin, Tawau on Wednesday (Sept 25) was shot multiple times at close range before it had its two tusks removed.

This was concluded after a team of vets and wildlife officials conducted a post-mortem on the elephant, according to a source from the Sabah Wildlife Department.

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Pygmy elephant , Sungai Udin , Tawau


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