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Amali at Pinnawala elephant orphanage

Amali
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Species: Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Female ♀ 24 years old
Management:Free contact
Location:Pinnawala elephant orphanage
ArrivedPinnawala elephant orphanage 1994-04-16
Born:1994-04-16 captive-born in
Pinnawala elephant orphanage
Parents: Vijaya x Mathali (Mathalee)
Offspring and year of birth:
  1. (F) 2007 Bharathi
Siblings through the father Vijaya:
  1. 1984-07-05(F) Sukumali
  2. 1987-12-18(F) Sama I
  3. 1989-08-16(M) Rangiri
  4. 1993-07-01(M) Esala
Siblings through the mother Mathali (Mathalee):
  1. 1987-12-18(F) Sama I
  2. 1998-01-29(M) Salia (Saliya)
  3. 2000-06-04(M) Pinnawala
  4. 2005(F) Madhavi
Amalis pedigree:
P I II III

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Document updated2012-01-30: 

Sources, among others

  • Sanjaya Kumara Ratnayake, assistant curator, Pinnawala elephant orphanage.
  • Geburt und Jugendendwicklung von Asiatischen Elefanten -Beoabachtungen aus der Pinnawela Elephant Sanctuary von Sri Lanka, Zeitschrift des Kölner Zoos, nr 2 1999, by Fred Kurt, Birgit Dastig, Sandra Petzhold, Julia Rastelli, Judith Schmelz, Verena Tragau

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