The Bornean pygmy elephant is 2.5 to 3 meters in height, and as the name suggests is the smallest elephant species. If you are lucky, you may be able to see one along the banks of the Kinabatangan River feasting on elephant grass. Although many oil palm plantations have electric fences to prevent large wildlife species from entering, elephants have been known to enter oil palm plantations despite these barriers. Once in an oil palm plantation, conflict between elephants and oil palm plantation workers can arise. The Borneo Conservation Trust is currently working to create the Bornean Elephant Sanctuary to rehabilitate injured elephants. The Sanctuary is located in Lot 8 of the Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary. Find out more about the Borneo Conservation Trust's Bornean Elephant Sanctuary here.