Wildlife park cares for baby pygmy elephant

Last updated 10:27 08/02/2013
Reuters

Ophaned pygmy elephant recovers in Borneo wildlife park.

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A baby pygmy elephant has been left orphaned after his mother and 13 other elephants were found dead in Borneo, with human error the suspected cause. This is a particular tragedy as there are less than 1,500 of these smaller and more gentle elephants left in the wild. 

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