How did the ‘World’s Loneliest Elephant’ move from Pakistan to Cambodia?

On November 29, the “world’s loneliest elephant,” Kaavan, was loaded onto an airplane in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, and flown to Cambodia.

Kaavan lived in Pakistan alone for eight years after his partner died in 2012.

The Islamabad zoo where Kaavan lived for more than three decades has been termed a dangerous place for animals by veterinarians.

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