A herd of six elephants is too small and difficult to be spotted in a forest while the animals have become...
The animals have reportedly come from the Yok Don National Park to a nearby reservoir looking for water
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The newborn was apparently caught in mud when drinking water at the Ea Sup Thuong Lake in Dak Lak Province.
Conservationists fear the repeated rejection is because the 2-month-old animal has contracted human smells from its rescuers
The endangered animal returned to residential areas not long after being sent back to a forest
The domesticated population in Dak Lak has shrunk dramatically after many died due to overwork serving tourists and lack of food,...
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Experts have denounced the practice of cutting tail hairs from elephants for sale, but tour guides and owners seem to...
The calf possibly got stuck in a muddy pond when looking for food with its herd in Dak Lak Province
Their numbers are down from 500 in the 1980s to 43 now, and a new threat has arisen
The thieves tried to cut its tusk when the domestic elephant was grazing in a forest
Five domestic and one wild elephants died in the area so far this year.
It was found in a Dak Lak forest in February with very bad wounds
The population of wild elephants has shrunk from 2,000 in the 1980s to around 100