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Mondolkiri – Unfortunately, one of the elephants, separated from its parent, died early in the morning of January 20, 2020, as specialist forces tried to rescue them. Life is at its best.
Recall that a wild elephant, born at least a dozen days ago, was found wandering around in a sanctuary. On January 17, 2020, it was suspected that it had wandered the herd after a wildfire in the area. While a team of environmental patrols patrolled the Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary, the report found, The elephant was spotted with a hungry, thin skin. At that time, there was a preliminary rescue to the elephant's life, the team gave him water to drink and feed him for his health. Otherwise, it could lose its life.
According to the official, the elephant is only about 10 days old, and is currently paying close attention In the rescue, the skilled officer did not take it away from the spot, fearing its master No results found. But if its parent does not return to his or her womb, the department will take measures to bring it back to safety.
An unofficial source said the elephant lost its mother may have been caused by a wildfire causing the herd. The young elephant had to leave his place quickly, as the newborn couldn't walk. Other sources put the suspicion that large herds of elephants might be bothered by hunting predators. Local elephants live in fear that they may escape from the hunter's harassment before the elephant is separated. From the herd. However, this is an unofficial conclusion as to the details of the case, no official has confirmed the case Yet.
As of 11:30 am on January 19, 2020, Koh Santepheap could not request further confirmation from Keo Sopheak Director of Mondulkiri Environment Department found the elephant and it is not known if the elephant is present How much more to keep in the same place or be rescued from the jungle.
According to the report of the Mondulkiri Environment Department, more than 300 wild elephants are present throughout the province. This. The wild elephants are in the family of Asian elephants. In addition to the wild elephants of Mondulkiri, more than 10 active elephants serve the tourism industry.