Buffets for elephants at Palin Kanthayar Elephant Camp provided 553 times during Covid-19 period

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Elephants from Palin Kanthayar elephant camp are fed with buffets feedstuff.

Officials from the Palin Kanthayar Elephant Camp on the bank of the Ayeyawady River near NyaungU Township, Mandalay Region, said that elephant lovers from all over Myanmar have been contacting them online to give feed feedstuff buffets to the elephants during the Covid-19 pandemic.
During the Covid-19 epidemic, elephant lovers from all over Myanmar have been donating elephant feed buffet online to the Palin Kanthayar Elephant Camp, under Myanma Timber Enterprise of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation.
During the pandemic, there has been an increase in the number of people feeding the elephant with buffet, and the number of elephant feed buffets has increased to 553 times, and there are also advance connections online to feed more elephants, according to elephant camp officials.
There are up to 22 elephant camps open in the regions and states of Myanmar, and if you want to donate the elephant feed buffet, you can contact the names and pages of the elephant camps to donate, officials said. People feed sugarcane, Napier grass, banana, pumpkin, watermelon, cucumber, mango, coconut, corn, seasonal fruits as elephant feeds and donate K30,000 to K50,000 if they feed the elephants a buffet. If donors are unable to come to the elephant camp, they can donate through the elephant camp pages by dialing 09-793820532 of assistant manager in charge of the camp.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, there have been 553 elephant feed buffets as elephant camps have been opened for the development of ecotourism. U Saw Wah Wah, ranger of the elephant camp, said that feedstuff is not difficult for the elephants in the camps.—Ko Kyemon/KZL

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