Elephants are dangerous

03 Dec 2021 01:42 #5704 by onflipflops
Replied by onflipflops on topic 5 killed by elephants this month
ouch, that's a lot of cases. It makes you wonder for how much longer will the locals put up with it until they take matters in their own hands and start killing them off...

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03 Jan 2022 14:26 - 03 Jan 2022 14:33 #5726 by INFO
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Campsite destroyed by wild elephants 

CHIANG MAI: A couple overnighting on a nature study tour were lucky to escape serious injury when their tent was knocked down and their campsite destroyed by wild elephants, in Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary in the small hours of Sunday.


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Omkoi wildlife sanctuary chief Navee Silsuphakul has ordered the indefinite closure of a nature study trail on the Doi Mon Jong peak, which straddles Chiang Mai and Tak provinces, after a female student was attacked by a wild elephant early Sunday morning.


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17 Sep 2022 03:30 - 17 Sep 2022 03:31 #5874 by WT admin
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135 people have been killed and 116 injured by wild elephants in the past six years, including 27 deaths in the first nine months of this year alone, according to the  Department of National Parks.


He said that there are 3,000-4,000 wild elephants scattered across 38 national parks and 31 wildlife sanctuaries in Thailand, 


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