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Pang Cha Bho at GVI Elephant Rescue

Pang Cha Bho
ID Number:
Species: Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Female ♀
Management:Free contact
Location:GVI Elephant Rescue
ArrivedGVI Elephant Rescue
Born: unknown
Offspring and year of birth:
  1. (F) Pang Mesa
Document updated2013-05-17: 

Pang is a prefix name, used in Thailand for female elephants.

Name means Ms. Beloved Daughter.

Sources, among others

  • Jeff Smith.

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