Baby elephants born at Ueno Zoo in Japan for the first time since the park opened in 1882
November 2 to a report by Japan’s Yomiuri Shimbuno: n October 31, an elephant cub was born at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo, Japan.
This is also the first time that the park has an elephant cub since its opening in 1882. The cub is born.
On October 31, an elephant cub was born at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo, Japan.
This is the first time an elephant cub was born since the park opened in 1882.
According to reports, a male calf weighing 120 kg and 100 cm tall was born in the Ueno Zoo early in the morning. His mother is the 22-year-old Asian elephant Authi.
After the baby elephant is born, the mother and child are in good physical condition.
According to reports, Authi was presented by Thailand and came to Ueno Zoo with another male Asian elephant Artid in October 2002. Artid is also the father of the baby elephant born this time.
However, Artid died of illness in August 2020 due to physical reasons.
This is the first time that elephant cubs have been born in the park since the opening of Ueno Zoo in 1882.