PETALING JAYA: A big herd of over 100 elephants “visited” the Danau Girang Field Centre (DGFC) in Kinabatangan, Sabah and brought on some injury, however this was shrugged off as a standard consequence of the pachyderms at play.
In a Facebook publish on Saturday (July 9), DGFC shared images of the “carnage” left by the herd after the animals left its grounds.
Damage was brought on to a concrete stairway and several other water tanks appeared to have been tossed round.
Netizens have been in awe of the massive variety of elephants within the herd, with some joking that the animals have been a comparatively well-behaved bunch regardless of being 100 sturdy.
Another commenter poked enjoyable at the truth that the DGFC was lately renovated, saying: “Wow!! Don’t they know you simply renovated?”
The DGFC mentioned that the herd was merely passing by and described their behaviour as playful.
“We will not be preventing them and they didn’t battle, they simply performed as a result of that is what they’re, playful,” they wrote in response to a different consumer.
“We will simply restore and transfer on, till the (elephants’) subsequent go to,” they added.
“It is (their territory) and we’ve got completely no drawback with it,” DGFC director Benoit Goossens mentioned.
The DGFC is a collaborative research and coaching facility owned by the Sabah Wildlife Department and co-managed with Cardiff University.
The centre opened on July 19, 2008, welcoming its first discipline course from Cardiff University in Wales.