The elephant “Kaun” who migrated from Pakistan to Cambodia has changed a lot after arriving at his new home.
The Sri Lankan government presented Cowan as a gift to the then President of Pakistan, General Ziyahak, when he was only one year old in 1985. However, under the order of the Islamabad High Court last year, Cowan, known as the “loneliest elephant” in the world, was transferred from Islamabad to Cambodia on November 30.
Cowan spent 35 years in Islamabad Zoo, where the arrangements were substandard. Since his friend Hartney passed away in 2012, Cowan has been suffering from severe loneliness.
Neth Fyaktra, spokesperson for the Cambodian Ministry of Environment, said that Cowan’s color is now more like wild elephants, with larger and plumper bodies, longer teeth and better toenails on the back.More hair
According to Neth Fiactra, they visited the reserve, where they saw that Kaun was no longer alone, but healthy, healthy and very happy in the Colin Prometap Wildlife Sanctuary.
“I am very proud to see Cowan, who is known as the’loneliest elephant in the world’. He is now healthier, calmer, and more accustomed to people. His temperament is gentle.” And now he is not alone.
He further added that Cowan is eager to get food from people and establish emotional connections with them.
Cowan currently lives in a 12-hectare natural forest area with three elephants and is cared for by the Cambodian Wildlife Sanctuary.