For a period of 3 years, doctoral student Annaëlle Surreault-Châble has the chance to complete her thesis on PAL elephants. In collaboration with the Ethology Cognition and Development Laboratory, the young woman tries to learn more about the role and importance of social relationships and learning in elephants.
The PAL elephant family
A large group of elephants is housed in the heart of #NaturePALpitante! Acra, the oldest is 50, Kavery is 38, her daughter Nina is 28, herself a mother to Tom, 8, and Jack born in May 2021. Upali, 27, is Jack's father. Parents are of the utmost importance for the learning of the little ones. They will be the first models for baby elephants in the choice of food, reproduction or even primary gestures. Play is particularly essential in learning since it will allow people to show social codes and limits.
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On December 26, 2023 around 6 p.m., our Sumatran Tiger couple gave birth to a tigon of about 1 kg!
For the 4th year, the PAL Run gives running enthusiasts the opportunity to walk the paths of the park!
On the occasion of our 50th anniversary, novelties, games and surprises punctuate the 2023 season... All that's missing is you to get the party in full swing!