Tourists watching an elephant in an industrial tree plantation owned by Sabah Softwoods at Brumas near Tawau. All photographs by Shavez Cheema. 

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Elephants are common at Brumas feeding on the grasses and shrubs that develop each time an area of mature trees is felled.
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The elephants at Brumas  are not persecuted by the plantation managers so they are relatively tame and unafraid of humans.
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Note the satellite tracker strapped to the neck of this matriarch female elephant for elephant population studies being carried out by WWF and the Sabah Wildlife Department.