The elephant residing at the Dubare Elephant Camp will soon be radio-collared and released back into the forest. The state’s forest minister Aravind Limbavali took this decision during a recent meeting in Bengaluru.
The elephant to be radio collared is Kusha, a 29-year-old and was kept under close observation in Chettalli, Karnataka, since Kusha had damaged crops in a nearby village around three years ago. However, on March 22, 2021 the elephant, Kusha managed to get far away from the premises.
Kusha was then brought again at the camp, she underwent training at the camp for a year. Then animal activist, MP Maneka Gandhi learned about Kusha’s story and requested authorities that Kusha should be to tamed, trained and then be released back into the forest.
A meeting regarding the release of the elephant was attended by the state forest minister, Aravind Limbavali. The minster took the decision of releasing Kusha back into the forest after the radio-collar installation process was completed.
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