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are there mistakes in this story, so help me.

A Thai elephant
mammal has born two male twins for the first time in the world


A Thai elephant mammal has born two male twins for the first time in the world
The Finland's local media has reported on Sunday that a Thai mammal elephant has born two male twins for the first time in the world, saying that the mom's age is 35 years old and called Fang Thong. The couch of the elephant said "The joy has spread on the crowd when it born the twins in two hours between them. It's nice to know that the two little elephants which aren't called them yet represent the first born case of two male twins in the world. Thailand has seen two twins of females that are called Fang Jam and Fang Jim fifteen years ago. It's well-known that born twins of these huge animals are so rarely and the possibility to be alive to these newly born is weak. The number of elephants in Thailand several centuries ago was about 100 thousand where they were utilized for firewood's works and transportation mostly in government's districts. Since then, the number has began to reduce until it reached less than 4,000 most of them have been used in the tourism's field.
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I think the corrected story would read like this:

For the first time in the world, a Thai elephant has given birth to two male twins.

For the first time ever, a Thai elephant has given birth to two male twins, Finland's local media reported Sunday. The mom, Fang Thong, is 35 years old. The elephant's coach said, "The joy spread through the crowd when she birthed the twins two hours apart."

It's nice to know that the two little elephants, not yet named, represent the first case of two male twins. Thailand has seen female twins named Fang Jam and Fang Jim fifteen years ago. It's well known that elephant twins are very rare, and the probability of the twins living is small.

The number of elephants in Thailand several centuries ago was about 100 thousand, when they were utilized for work with firewood and transportation, mostly in government districts. Since then, the number has declined until it reached less than 4,000 today. Most elephants today are used for tourism.

I am a native speaker of english, so if you have any questions about the corrections, feel free to ask.
Isn't there a difference between a male elephant and a female elephant, such as the cow and calf