Gajah 20

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #20

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1-7 Urinary, temporal gland, and breath odors from Asian elephants of Mudumalai National Park
L. E. L Rasmussen & V. Krishnamurthy
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9-19 Observations on elephants in the Maduru Oya National Park, Sri Lanka (Mammalia, Elephantidea)
S. R. B. Dissanayake & Charles Santiapillai
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21-26 The elephant orphanage (Pinnawela): A proposal for development
A. A. J. Rajaratne & Bryan Walker
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27-38 Integrating elephant conservation with protected area management in Sri Lanka
Natarajan Ishwaran
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39-50 The elephant destiny of Ruhuna National Park as estimated by the dung count method, and a review of the methods used in Sri Lanka
Merlin Peris
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51-59 Abusing the elephant: Pseudo-specification and prognostication in ancient elephant lore
Zaw Min Oo
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61 Temporal gland secretions in the female Asian elephant
H. I. E. Katugaha
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63-65 Elephants in stone
H. I. E. Katugaha
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67-71 Saving elephants by helping people - a community integrated pilot project to resolve human-elephant conflict in Sri Lanka
Ravi Corea
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73-77 Biodiversity & Elephant Conservation Trust
Jayantha Jayewardene
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The Asian Elephant Specialist Group (AsESG) is a global network of specialists concerned with the study, monitoring, management, and conservation of Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) in its 13 range states