A cage the elephant, a giant penis, and a few other animals will all be transported to a zoo in Thailand, according to officials.
The animals will be kept in a glass cage until they are ready to be released.
The elephants are the only animals that are currently being bred in captivity.
Thailand will hold the first breeding season for the animals, and then expand it to include two more.
The project was announced by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports in a press release.
The first breeding cycle for the elephants was held in 2014.
The ministry said that the breeding of a male elephant in captivity would be an ideal way to test whether the animals are suitable for breeding.
The zoo will be named the Elephant Zoo.
The facility will also provide the elephants with training, enrichment, and health care, among other things.
The elephant pens are currently located in Thailand’s Mae Sai National Park, which has a population of around 1,500 elephants.
The park’s elephants are part of a conservation effort called the Asian Elephant Conservation Project.
The country has one of the highest elephant populations in the world.
But the elephant population has been decreasing due to poaching, habitat loss, and habitat degradation, according a report by the nonprofit Zoological Society of London.
There are now just two breeding colonies in the park, but it’s unclear whether the elephants are going to be able to breed again.