In August 2015 this collar was replaced by a new unit. The next collaring session (to replace collar number three) was scheduled for September 2017 but an accident early during the collaring session prevented this. Currently her collar is set to an interval of eight hours to save batteries until we can arrange a follow up collaring operation.
Ginting and her family group are most likely closely related to the females of Anna’s herd. Since 2014, both families have spent much of their time together, often forming a larger clan that roams together.
By adopting Ginting today, you are making a symbolic but incredibly powerful gesture. By adopting one elephant, you are helping to safeguard their entire herd. You are supporting them, their kinfolk and their precious calves, and you are actively protecting their jungle habitat against poaching, logging and illegal encroachment. Thank you for helping us protect this critical population of Sumatran Elephants.
Depending on the adoption package you purchase you will receive
an adoption pack for yourself or your loved ones.