Gajah 21

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #21

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1-40 The Elephant Training Centre at Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra: A review of its operations and recommendation for the future
Pusat Latihan Gajah di Taman Nasional Way Kamabs, Sumatera.
Evaluasi operasi pusat dan rekomendasi masa depan

Joanne Reilly & Pak Sukatmoko
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41-52 The status of domesticated elephants at the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Sri Lanka
Nilanthi Tilakaratne & Charles Santiapillai
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53-55 Blood levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in wild and domesticated Asian elephants (Elephas m. maximus) in Sri Lanka
Indira Silva & Ashoka Dangolla
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57-78 Reduction of man-elephant conflict through designing linear developments and restorative strategies
A. P. Singh, S. M. Satheesan & Aditi Sigh
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79-83 Two common foot diseases in captive Asian elephants: Kari & sajan
D. K. Lahiri-Choudhury
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85-86 Myanmar’s ivory trade threatens wild elephants
Lucy Vigne & Esmond Martin
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87-88 Rehabilitation and release of orphaned elephants back into the wild in Sri Lanka
B. A. D. S. Jayawardena, B.V.P. Perera & G. A. T. Prasad
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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