How is the elephant in Cambodia doing?

How is the elephant in Cambodia?

There are currently estimated to be between 400 and 600 wild elephants in Cambodia, with the main concentration located in the Cardamom Mountains in south-western Cambodia, and the eastern plains of Mondulkiri Province. … We work with forest communities to reduce human-elephant conflict and support coexistance.

Is Kaavan free now?

In March 2021, Paramount+ announced the release of a documentary film, titled Cher & the Loneliest Elephant, detailing the singer’s quest, alongside animal aid groups and veterinarians, to free Kaavan from confinement and have him transferred to a wildlife sanctuary.

Did elephant make it to Cambodia?

The 36-year-old, 4,080 kilogram (9,000 pound) elephant received a warm welcome on arrival in Cambodia from officials, conservationists and the Buddhist monks, who chanted prayers for his harmony and prosperity.

Why did Kaavan send elephant to Cambodia?

The pachyderm dubbed the “world’s loneliest elephant” arrived in Cambodia Monday, following his rescue from a Pakistani zoo. After a seven-hour flight from Pakistan in a custom-built enclosure, Kaavan was welcomed to Cambodia by chanting Buddhist monks and sent on his way to a wildlife sanctuary.

Why is Kaavan the loneliest elephant?

Deeply affected by the death of his life companion, Kaavan showed signs of stress and aggression and caretakers of the zoo struggled to keep the large elephant under control. Chained in isolation and poor conditions, Kaavan became the worlds loneliest elephant.

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What time is Cher and the loneliest elephant on?

It will premiere in the United States on The Smithsonian Channel at 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 19. “I saw all the people being affected by it all over the world,” said Cher in a news release, [she] first learned of Kaavan’s plight through online activists who sought her help. “People want a happy ending.