Tamil Nadu elephant

Elephant count in Tamil Nadu rose by 800 in five years, 130 may die this year: FCRI experts

During migration, the animals, including mothers, find it difficult to bear the heat and get nutritious grass.

published on : 10th April 2022

Cow elephant still not back on its feet at Tamil Nadu's Periyathadagam

The animal, around 40-years-old, was unable to stand even after it was administrated over 40 IV fluid bottles and multiple injections by veterinary assistant surgeons.

published on : 7th February 2022

Speeding train mows down three elephants near Coimbatore

Top officials of the department including District Forest Officer T K Ashok Kumar have been camped at the location to conduct a preliminary investigation of the incident. 

published on : 26th November 2021

A lonely fight and a cruel death for elephant trapped in Tamil Nadu forest slush

Scorcher of a summer continues to wreak havoc in the forests of Tamil Nadu, with one more wild elephant death reported in Sembukkarai region on Thursday.

published on : 28th April 2017