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Passion for elephants
Dang Nang Long is now director of the Lak Lake Travel Co., an affiliate of the Tourism Company of the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak. He owns eight elephants, the largest number of tamed elephants throughout the countr...
2012-03-20   Buôn Ma Thuột, Vietnam Category: people

Vietnam Nation's elephants under threat
With the death of a large number of tame elephants recently concerns have risen regarding the threat of extinction in the absence of measures to safeguard the animals. Dan Nang Long, an elephant keeper from Central Highland D...
2011-10-04   Hanoi, Vietnam Category: abstract

Ny the Saigon circus elephant
Shortly after returning from Dak Lak to Da Nang, I was alerted to a campaign to retire a circus elephant in Sai Gon. This elephant cow, Ny, had been captured from the wild at age three and was gifted to Sai Gon Circus in Dis...
2011-08-24   Saigon, Vietnam Category: circus

Archaeologists found a fossil elephant tooth in early March in the northern province of Thai Nguyen, Vietnam.
The fossil tooth is believed to be the tooth of an Asian elephant, with an age of 30,000-50,000 years. “This is the first time a fossil tooth of this species of elephant has been discovered in Thai Nguyen,” said Dr. Trinh...
2011-03-25   Thai Nguyen, Vietnam Category: fossil

Dak Lak: Tame elephants dying
The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak is the sole location in Vietnam where there remains the tradition of maintaining herds of tame elephants in its districts of Buon Don, Lac, Ea Sup, and Krong Nang. However, the popula...
2008-06-12   Dak Lak , Vietnam Category: death

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