Cloning in progress

Two Sri Lankan Tuskers (Elephant) walking alongside of each other.

One of the rarest moments to witness two magnificent tuskers together in the wild. These two well build tuskers have almost similar features and like there company while in the heard as well.

Sri Lankan tuskers are facing great danger from porches as they killed in search of ivory. Only 7% of male elephants in Sri Lanka grow tusks, and at present only 2% of the total elephant population are tuskers.

Location: Undisclosed
Name: Sri Lankan elephant
Scientific name: Elephas maximus maximus

Nick Names: Asela I & Mangala
Conservation status: Endangered (population has declined by at least 50% over the last three generations)

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