Meet the Never Forget Herd


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Mae Tau Po

Mae Tau Po is 28 years old and was used in the tourism industry. She used to work in a tourist camp in Chiang Mai where she was forced to give rides to tourists and bathe with them. She was in two forced breeding attempts which resulted in her babies not surviving as she had miscarriages when she continued to work for tourists. Mae Tau Po came to Never Forget Elephant Foundation in March, 2019 after experiencing health issues due to poor nutrition and now loves foraging in the jungle.

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Mo Beu Bae

Mo Beu Bae is 9 years old and was returned to the jungle from a trekking and bathing camp in Chiang Mai in March, 2019. She is an active girl who loves exploring in the jungle and socializing with the herd.

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Mae Si Naun

Mae Si Naun is 29 years old and was rescued after working in a tourist camp in Chiang Mai where she was used in the riding industry. She was purchased by her current owner 8 years ago and has suffered from a variety of health issues, including a miscarriage when she was forced to continue working while she was pregnant. Mae Si Naun is a sweet girl and loves being back in her natural habitat.

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Mo Tau Bae

Mo Tau Bae is 13 years old and was rescued from the bathing and trekking industry in Chiang Mai in March, 2019 after working since she was 5 years old. She suffered from a variety of health aliments and enjoys socializing with the herd and healing in the jungle after her experience in captivity.

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Mo Mo Lo

Mo Mo Lo is 35 years old and came to Never Forget Elephant Foundation from working in the trekking industry in Chiang Mai with Mae Tau Po. She has had three babies, two of whom died shortly after they were born. Her third baby was taken from her and sold in the tourism industry in Surin, Thailand. Mo Mo Lo is currently pregnant after a fourth forced breeding attempt and spends her days eating a variety of food in the jungle.

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Mo Chea Ter

Mo Chea Ter is 10 years old and came home to the jungle in March, 2019. She worked for the previous 5 years in the circus and savors her time in the jungle eating and spending time as nature intended.

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Mo Kae Le

Mo Kae Le is 9 years old and was rescued in March, 2019 from a circus in Chiang Mai. She currently lives in a neighboring village and will be arriving at our project in summer, 2019.

 

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