Cher serenades ‘world’s loneliest’ elephant after move to Cambodia

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Cher welcomed an elephant described as the ‘world’s loneliest’, which landed in Cambodia after a seven-hour flight from Pakistan. 

The US star will accompany Kaavan, an overweight, 36-year-old bull elephant, to a sanctuary housing potential mates after global uproar from animal rights groups, who petitioned for him to be moved from an Islamabad zoo accused of substandard care and conditions.

His cause was boosted by a social media campaign from Cher, who travelled to Pakistan to see him off

Cher greets ‘world’s loneliest elephant’ in Cambodia

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