Aussie vet killed by a pygmy elephant

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BORNEO, MALAYSIA – Australian veterinarian Jenna O’Grady Donley was killed after being gored by a rare Pygmy elephant during her visit to a wildlife park in Malaysia.

Jenna, 25, from Sydney was killed instantly while visiting the Tabin reserve with a friend and a guide.

“Suddenly the Pygmy elephant charged. All three ran but the elephant’s tusk pierced Jenna’s body” a spokeman from the wildlife park said.

“The bull may have become startled when Jenna and her friend tried to take pictures.

Pygmy elephants grow to be about two and a half meters tall, and a lone bull can be very aggressive” the spokesperson said.

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