Elephas maximus

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Synonyms for Elephas maximus

Asian elephant having smaller ears and tusks primarily in the male

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A baby Asian elephant (who has not been named yet), takes her first steps at Chester ZooPicture: PETER BYRNE
When we did so, we knew we would play a critical role in saving the endangered Asian elephant for future generations, given how few Asian elephants are left in the wild," said Kenneth Feld, Chairman and CEO of Feld Entertainment.
Assistant director Paul O'Donoghue said: "It is amazing for us to be able to announce the birth of two Asian elephants in the space of six weeks.
The parade is in aid of the Asian Elephant Foundation.
Washington, Nov 6 ( ANI ): Researchers have revealed that a 300-year-old type specimen for Asian elephants is actually an African elephant.
Ruth Powys, chief executive of Elephant Family said: "Saving the Asian elephant from extinction is an almighty challenge and one that 12 Deutsche bankers are prepared to sweat it out for, literally.
The elephants, the smallest of the Asian elephants, frequently enter plantations in search of food and cause damage.
There are thought to be just 1,500 Asian elephants remaining in the wild, and funds raised from the sale will go towards supporting conservation work.
Global Financial Institution and Richard Saul Wurman Join the Mission to Save the Asian Elephant in Dana Point, California
Asian elephant Baby was only delivered less than a month ago.
ZOOKEEPERS are celebrating the birth of an Asian elephant.
ZOOKEEPERS were celebrating yesterday after the birth of a baby Asian elephant.
Under the guidance of her mahout -- elephant trainer -- Schnitman was given the responsibility of caring for Sedor Wassana, a 53-year-old Asian elephant without tusks.
The Asian elephant - one of the eldest in the country - was born in a logging camp in Thailand and arrived in Bristol in 1961.
8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Li Bingbing, Lily Tomlin and Loree Rodkin join a powerful cast of celebrity supporters and artists amassing to save the Asian elephant during Elephant Parade: Welcome to America.
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