Elephant Noor Jehan Legs Broken – Post Mortem Report Revealed:
Reports indicate that Noor Jehan, the African elephant who recently passed away at Karachi Zoo, had been paralyzed for the past four months and had broken back legs, according to the postmortem examination. The report further suggests that Noor Jehan did not receive appropriate and timely treatment, which resulted in her inability to lift the weight of her body. Officials have promised to release a detailed post-mortem report soon to provide more information about the circumstances leading to her tragic death. Noor Jehan, who was 17 years old, had undergone emergency treatment for a tumor in Karachi on April 5th, but sadly passed away a few days later. This news has left many animal lovers heartbroken and has raised concerns about the treatment and care of animals in captivity.
Under the care of international experts, Noor Jehan received treatment for her health complications, with support from Four Paws, an animal welfare organization. Despite showing initial signs of recovery, Noor Jehan fell into a pond at the zoo. It is important to note that there were four African elephants in captivity in Karachi, all of whom siblings, with three female elephants, including Noor Jehan and Madhubala, kept at the Karachi Zoo, while the other two, Malika and Sonu, were house at the Safari Park. All four elephants were to Pakistan in 2009.
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