An elephant at Chester Zoo has 'astonished' keepers by giving birth on Thursday, nearly three months after her due date. One of Chester Zoo's elephants has died. Despite the efforts, it was announced today, that both animals had died. Chester Zoo confirmed the sad news to Cheshire Live this afternoon, stating: "It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share news of the death of Asian elephant, Thi Hi Way." An elephant that had been with Chester Zoo for nearly 30 years has sadly died. Three-year-old-male Nayan Hi Way died a few weeks after two-year-old female elephant Jamilah, the zoo said. It is the most-visited wildlife attraction in Britain with more than 2 million visitors in 2019. A second young elephant has died in the space of a month at Chester Zoo. An elephant at Chester Zoo has suddenly died. It reads: "It is with a huge amount of sadness that we have to tell you about the death of one of our adult female elephants, Sithami Hi Way. Chester Zoo, Upton-by-Chester, Chester, CH2 1EU . Chester Zoo undated handout photo of elephant calf Nandita Hi Way who along with another elephant calf, Aayu Hi Way, died on Thursday from Elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus (EEHV). Nandita Hi Way, three, and Aayu Hi Way, 18-months-old, were struck by a virus, leaving staff reportedly fighting to save the animals. An early detection system allowed us to successfully treat baby elephant Indali, who surveyed a bout of EEHV in April 2019. Chester Zoo is to be prosecuted over the death of an elephant keeper, health and safety officials have confirmed. Keepers at Chester Zoo, which prides itself on its Asian Elephant Conservation Programme, are said to be devastated by the latest deaths. The healthy baby elephant at Chester Zoo. Two elephant calves at Chester Zoo have died after contracting a virus. Elephant care experts at the charity zoo had, for some time, been helping her with daily medication and innovative hydrotherapy sessions but, sadly, the treatment programme finally began to lose effect. Richard Hughes suffered brain damage after being struck in â¦ Chester Zoo is operated by the North of England Zoological Society, a registered charity founded in 1934. Two baby elephants from Chester Zoo have succumbed to a fatal virus, staff have sadly confirmed. A second young elephant has died in the space of six weeks at Chester Zoo. In 2007 Forbes described it as one of the fifteen best zoos in the world. The zoo announced yesterday that three-year-old Nandita Hi Way and 18-month Aayu Hi Way were fighting for their lives after contracting the fast acting elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus (EEHV).. Chester Zoo is mourning the death of its second young elephant in a month after a three-year-old male failed to recover from the same deadly virus responsible for killing another member of the herd. Chester Zoo. death of two young elephants at chester zoo Born Free reacts to the death of two young elephants from deadly virus at Chester Zoo Elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus (EEHV) is a devastating virus, which seems to have a relatively greater â¦ The zoo made the announcement by releasing a statement on its website.. Long time support of Chester Zoo, Baroness Rendell, said "I am honoured and proud to be involved in the naming of the zoo's new baby elephant". â Karha is a dead Female â Asian elephant, (Elephas maximus), who died at Chester Zoo, in United Kingdom, from unknown reasons in 1997-05-25, (see detailed list). Origin Karha was born captive-born 1995-12-19 in Chester Zoo . Sithami Hi Way, 20, unexpectedly collapsed inside the Elephants of the Asian Forest habitat at around noon yesterday (Friday, September 7). An elephantâs ears are used to keep the animal cool as they radiate heat, and Asian elephants have smaller ears than African ones. The boy was born to Thi, 35, who is already a great-grandmother. Two elephant calves have died after falling ill with a virus at Chester Zoo. Chester Zoo has released details of the animals killed in Saturday's devastating blaze. The Never Forget campaign has also enabled us to do early and frequent EEHV testing here at Chester Zoo, through the purchasing of sensitive diagnostic laboratory equipment. Asian elephant Sithami Hi Way unexpectedly collapsed on Friday and despite the best efforts of keepers and vets could not be saved. Chester Zoo has sadly confirmed the devastating loss of a much-loved elephant who has been with them for nearly 30 years. Vets tried in vain to save the two calves using "ground-breaking" blood transfusions and anti-viral drugs. Images courtesy of Chester The new calf was welcomed by the rest of the family herd, including one-year-old half-brother Anjan, who experienced a birth for the first time, and three-year-old sister, Indali.
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