Fully grown Thai elephants can weigh between 2.5 and 3.5 tonnes. And did you know that they can eat up to 300 kg a day? That's a lot of bananas! #EleFactsView Post on Facebook
It is thought that Borneo’s pygmy elephants are descendents of the Javan elephant - a pair were taken there by the Sultan of Sulu centuries ago. #EleFactsView Post on Facebook
Historically elephants roamed much of China, but did you know that now they’re only found wild in Xishuangbanna, about 250 - 350 kms North of Four Seasons Tented Camp? #EleFactsView Post on Facebook
It's thought Borneo’s pygmy eles are descendents of the Javan ele - a pair were taken there by the Sultan of Sulu centuries ago #EleFacts
Almost ready?? :) RT @tripstyler: ok, time to pre-pack for hong kong and chiang mai, since I'll have less then 5 hours of turnaround time.
In the wild, ‘Aunty ele’ is often present at birth (esp. a first time mum) to protect baby if mom doesn’t immediately accept it #EleFacts