Plai Jok
Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) at
Mae Wang Elephant Camp in Thailand

♂ Plai Jok

Identification


Description

Species:Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Sex and age:Male ♂
Management:Free contact
Origin
Born:* unknown
Birth place:
Offspring
Total: 2 babies

1. Born 2010-02-15
(dead † 2017-04-22)
Chang Jiew (Dante)

2. Born 2010-08-25Pang Chompoo
Locations - owners
Present / last location:Mae Wang Elephant Camp, in Thailand

Date of arrival

Mae Wang Elephant Camp
Record history
History of updates2010-08-25

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Biography

Location


Plai Jok is a living Male ♂ Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) , located at the Mae Wang Elephant Camp, in Thailand.

Jok arrived to the Mae Wang Elephant Camp unknown date, Jok lives together with 13 other elephants at the Mae Wang Elephant Camp:

  1. 3. ♀ Bee-Bee (Baby BB) born 2003-08-23
  2. 4. ♀ Pang Chompoo born 2010-08-25
  3. 5. ♀ Pang Jokia
  4. 6. ♂ Somjai
  5. 7. ⚪ unknown
  6. 8. ⚪ unknown
  7. 9. ⚪ unknown
  8. 10. ⚪ unknown
  9. 11. ⚪ unknown
  10. 12. ⚪ unknown
  11. 13. ⚪ unknown
  12. 14. ⚪ unknown
  13. 15. ⚪ unknown

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Offspring


Total: 2 babies

  1. (M) 2010-02-15 -- † 2017-04-22 Chang Jiew (Dante)
  2. (F) 2010-08-25 Pang Chompoo

Origin


Plai is a prefix name, orginally a Mon word, meaning youthful male or a strong man, today used in Thailand for male elephants with tusks.

Plai Jok was born unknown .

Reference list

References

Koehl, Dan, (2021). Plai Jok, Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) located at Mae Wang Elephant Camp in Thailand. Elephant Encyclopedia, available online retrieved 2 December 2021 at https://www.elephant.se/database2.php?elephant_id=5954. (archived at the Wayback machine)


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