A baby elephant was found next to the body of its dead mother
Ten endangered pygmy elephants have been found dead in a reserve in Malaysia, with officials saying they may have been poisoned.
The animals, which had all suffered internal bleeding, were found near each other over the space of three weeks.
In one instance, a three-month-old calf was found alongside the body of its mother, apparently trying to wake her.
Sabah Environmental Minister Masidi Manjun said it was "a sad day for conservation and Sabah".
Sen Nathan, head veterinarian at the Gunung Rara Forest Reserve in Malaysia's Sabah state on the island of Borneo, said the elephants were all thought to be part of the same family group, and were aged between four and 20.
"It was actually a very sad sight to see all those dead elephants, especially one of the dead females who had a very young calf of about three months old. The calf was trying to wake the dead mother up," he said.