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Baby jumbo on brink of death saved
A baby elephant on the brink of death was rescued in the east coast district of Lahad Datu. Weak and dehydrated, the female calf appeared to have been abandoned when found by the wildlife rescue unit of the Sabah Wildlife Dep...
2010-05-23   Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia Category: relocation

Pygmy elephants trapped in mud hole freed
Two Borneo pygmy elephants stuck in a mud hole at an oil palm plantation in the east coast Lahad Datu district for about four days managed to get out of their predicament. The weakened female elephants managed to extricat...
2005-01-07   KOTA KINABALU, Malaysia Category: welfare

Buckshot retrieved from elephant's skull
The Wildlife Department recovered a homemade buckshot believed to have been used in the gruesome killing of a pygmy elephant at Sungai Dewata, about Km 36 of the Lahad Datu-Kunak road here, mid November. District officer...
2004-12-02   Lahad Datu, Malaysia Category: poaching

Pygmy elephant killed for tusks in Malaysia's Borneo
Poachers have killed a rare pygmy elephant on Malaysian Borneo and removed its tusks, according to a report citing a wildlife official. It is the second time in less than two months that a pygmy elephant in Malaysia's Sa...
2004-11-28   Sabah, Malaysia Category: poaching

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