We’re rescue the female elephant have found this elephant last year , during on the her circus tournament. Her name is Lucky and she is the star of Lucky elephant circus. Lucky have force to work from the circus from her young age She has been performing in circuses (sometimes two times a night) since she was one for 30 years.
Her owner decided to teach her more tricks in order to bring in more money, so she was sent to elephant training school. The training was painful and resulted in many scars. In November 2005, a team from Elephant Nature Park spotted Dok Ngern at the elephant festival in Surin. She was bleeding and looked very sad. Dok Ngern was displaying the agitated swaying motions typical of traumatized captive elephants.
Meaning ‘Golden Happiness’, Thong Suk (also known as Jungle Boy) Arrived to Elephant Nature Park in May 2003. He never had his spirit broken and will never work. His mother was a trekking elephant. Thankfully her owners allowed her maternity leave and Jungle Boy was born at Elephant Haven in November 2001. He and his mother Mae Boon Na stayed with us for 4 months – but – after this the owners wanted his mother to return to work. Jungle Boy had to follow his mother while she gave rides to tourists. Thankfully when he was 1 1/2 years old, Save Elephant Foundation were able to rescue him.