Pang Yo is a living Female ♀ Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) , located at the Rajamangala University of Technology, in Thailand.
Yo arrived in 2021-09-25 to the Rajamangala University of Technology, relocated from the Chob Riang-ngern, in Thailand.
In Rajamangala University of Technology, Pang Yo lives as single living elephant at this location
Pang is a prefix name, used in Thailand for female elephants.
Pang Yo was born unknown at Asia unspecified location.
2003-01-25: Pang Yo was stolen from Chob Riang-ngern on Jan 25, 2003.
Ownership of Pang Yo led to an arduous court battle that finally ended on Wednesday when the Supreme Court ordered the elephant be returned to its rightful owner.
2017-08-01: “We are waiting for the documents of evidence for the investigation before sending the case to court,” said Lt Col Winai Poonsawat, deputy chief of the Ao Nang police in Krabi province. We are waiting for the documents of evidence for the investigation before sending the case to court,” said Lt Col Winai Poonsawat, deputy chief of the Ao Nang police in Krabi province.
“The case still hasn’t gone to court so we still don’t know who is the rightful owner. However, I can confirm that we have charged Raewat Chernkaew, the man who sold the elephant to the camp, with Group
theft at night using a vehicle,” said Lt Col Winai.
2017-03-24: On March 24, Cdr Surasak Inphrom of the Royal Thai Navy Third Area Command in Phang Nga together with fellow Navy officers and the brother of the owner of a female elephant named “Yo” went to Chalong Police Station to file a report stating that an elephant at an elephant camp in Chalong is an elephant which was stolen from Krabi 14 years ago.
The report was filed after Mr Somsak Reangngern, 35, Yo’s Mahout
and the younger brother of the owner got sent a photo of an elephant being kept at the Chalong elephant camp which he was sure was Yo.
Subsequently sold to an elephant camp in Phuket for B1.4 million. While the custody battle was fought in court, Pang Yo was kept at the Amazing Bukit Safari Camp in Chalong, where before the COVID pandemic she worked providing tourist rides.
2021-09-00: After a 25-hour journey by road, Pang Yo arrived back in Surin to a joyful reunion with Mr Chob, who said the elephant will not be used as a beast of burden. Pang Yo has been moved to an elephant study centre on the Surin campus of Rajamangala University of Technology. It will be her permanent home where she will be a living example for the study of elephants.
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