Elephants for Adoption

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    AnnaAdopt

    Anna

    Anna is part of a herd of about 30 elephants and shares much of her time and home range with Cinta and Ginting. Anna was collared for the first time in July 2012. After losing her GPS in 2013 Anna was monitored by field teams via direct tracking before she was re-collared in July 2013.

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    CintaAdopt

    Cinta

    Cinta, meaning ‘love’ in Bahasa Indonesia, is a beautiful adult female Sumatran elephant, living in the Bukit Tigapuluh ecosystem. She was first collared in July 2012 and was re-collared in January 2014 in order to replace the already quite battered old collar. This second collar was replaced in August 2015.

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    Dor Khoun MeuangAdopt

    Dor Khoun Meuang

    Before his life of freedom at the Elephant Conservation Centre in Laos, Dor Khoun Meuang was one of a group of elephants that were in the process of being illegally sent to a Middle Eastern Zoo from Laos in 2016. With 12 other elephants, he had been loaded into a shipping container, ready for transportation.

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    FredaAdopt

    Freda

    Freda lives in a large herd of over 30 Sumatran elephants in the Bukit Tigapuluh ecosystem. Freda was collared for the first time in July 2013. Her most recent collar was put on in October 2016. For many years Freda’s family had its core home range within a commercial f

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    GintingAdopt

    Ginting

    Ginting is a beautiful Sumatran elephant living in a herd of over 20 elephants in the Bukit Tigapuluh ecosystem. At over 30 years of age, she had her male calf Chrisna with her when she was first collared in January 2014. Chrisna was only a few weeks old at the time but the baby bull has developed into a buffalo-sized healthy youngster, always up for trouble and play!

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    Mae MahAdopt

    Mae Mah

    Mae Mah was forced to work in a logging camp for many years. She was then selected as one of twelve elephants to be illegally sent to a Middle Eastern Zoo from Laos in 2016. Mae Mah and twelve other elephants had been loaded into shipping containers and the plane waiting for them was on the tarmac at Vientiane International Airport in Laos when the Laos Government stepped in. An executive order was received from the Prime Minister’s office, stating that the sale was illegal under Lao law for the first time in history and the elephants were blocked from entering the airport.

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