Thai Mammoth is a mystery elephant, reported from Northwestern Thailand. It has desribed as elephant with long hair on its back and around the tusks. Thai princess Rangsrinopadorn Yukol took some blurry aerial photographs of a herd of twenty-eight elephants in the Omkoi District of northwestern Thailand during a forestry survey by helicopter in 1984. She characterized the animals as surviving mammoths. An expedition announced by the princess in December 2000 was called off at the request of the Royal Forestry Department, for security reasons.
- A normal Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) that retains a large portion of juvenile hair, a condition that sometimes occurs in the northern part of the elephant’s range.