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Khao Yai Elephant Catalogue

13 Apr 2013 09:54 - 05 Jun 2015 13:08 #902 by WT admin
Khao Yai Elephant Catalogue was created by WT admin
Andy at the great site Khao Yai News has put out a call for info and pictures of Khao Yai Elephants, pls support if you can..........

"Elephant Catalogue:

we would like to ask all our viewers to help us with elephant pictures from khaoyai national park.

we and the national park staff are working on an elephant catalogue, identifying each individual elephant in pictures.

we started with bulls and have so far separated more than 70 bulls and counting. this catalogue is for non commercial

use only! every picture should state the date taken and the location. please send the pictures to khaoyainews[AT]gmail.com


Thanks in advance for your support


Khao Yai News

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