White elephant “Rattha Nandaka” lives happily and healthily with mother elephant

qC3XrqWO 14
The baby White Elephant ''Rattha Nandaka''.

A 33-year-old female elephant called Zar Nan Hla kept by the Myanma Timber Enterprise in Taungup Township of Rakhine State gave birth to one white male elephant at 6:30 am on 23 July 2022. When it was born, the baby elephant was two feet and five inches in height, three feet and one inch in girth and weighed 180 pounds.
The white elephant’s name is “Rattha Nandaka”. It has pearl-coloured eyes, a plantain branch-shaped back, white hair, a distinctive tail, auspicious plot signs on the skin, reddish-brown or pinkish skin, five claws on the front legs, four claws on the back legs and big ears. Therefore, these features conform with seven out of eight characteristics.
At six and half months old, the baby white elephant is three feet and two inches in height, four feet and ten inches in girth and weighs about 365 pounds. He stays healthy and happy under the human-friendly training system with his mother elephant, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation. — MNA/KZW

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
Thanlyin real estate attracts buyers, predicted to be better when bridge construction completes
Innovative bamboo products find growing demand in local market as natural decorations spread
Site museum displaying artefacts excavated from ancient Pyu Pinle (Maingmaw) City recommended
FXB Myanmar’s sewing, carpentry and welding free training courses draw a lot of attention
SAC Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and his wife Daw Kyu Kyu Hla, council members and their wives pour water on banyan trees
Myanmar’s chargé d’affaires attends ASEAN meeting with US Defence Official in Washington
Nay Pyi Taw hosts reading session on Buddha Day
Gala Dhamma ceremony marks Buddha Day on full moon of Kason 1386 ME
SAC Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, wife Daw Kyu Kyu Hla offer day meals to members of the Sangha who attended the ceremony of marking Buddha Day on Full Moon Day of Kason 2024
16th Kason Water-Pouring Event held at Uppatasanti Pagoda