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Elephant keepers at a zoo in northern Thailand believe they may be caring for the world's smallest elephant.
Six-month-old Dante was born weighing only 30 kilograms and standing 54 centimeters tall. He's much lighter than the average of 80 to 100 kilograms. Zoo workers have to feed him with goat's milk because he is too little to reach his mother's breasts.
Despite his small size, Dante is healthy and playful. Elephant protection groups are acquiring information to find out whether he can be called the smallest jumbo in the world.