‘World’s loneliest elephant’ set to leave Pakistan enclosure for Cambodia sanctuary

An elephant kept in a tiny enclosure for more than three decades will finally be allowed to swap his home at a Pakistani zoo for a wildlife sanctuary in Cambodia.

Dubbed the “world’s loneliest elephant”, Kaavan has languished at Marghazar Zoo in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad for 35 years.

But it was revealed this week that he will now be relocated to the Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary, where he will find companionship and better conditions.

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