Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Pygmy elephant calf desperately tries to wake up dead mother who was one of ten animals found poisoned

A baby pygmy elephant tries in vain to rouse its mother, one of ten of the endangered creatures found dead in a Malaysian forest. Experts believe the rare, baby-faced animals, whose bodies were found in the Gunung Rara Forest Reserve in Sabah state, Borneo, had been poisoned. Wildlife officials rescued this three-month-old elephant calf, which was found glued to its dead mother's side in the jungle.


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