Saree is mean “Freedom”, she was born around 2006. Saree was taken from her mother when she was only one year old and she was forced to be a street begging elephant. Imagine, how do you feel when you was dragged away from your mother and you will never see her again. This is such a huge distress. To be separated from the mother at a very young age, her growth does not developed as it should be. Saree looks smaller than the elephants at the same age.
Despite on this, she was subjected to a severely training for circus performance. Saree has a dislocated hip, resulting from falling when being chased on one day that she was not chained, she ran away to escape then she slipped and was injured. Because of this terrible experience, Saree was very irritable to humans. She arrived ENP in November 2014 by Australian Robyn Wearne who donated the funds so that Saree could begin her new life at ENP. Now Saree is the big sister of Khun Dej who lost his mother and adopted daughter of Dani (the adopted mother of Khun Dej ). Three of them started the new life and found their new family. Though they are not blood related, the bond growing stronger with each passing days. Saree now has a mother figure for guidance and reassurance. She also has a little brother to protect and being her playmate. Her life has changed forever.