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In the latest tragedy for Thailand’s wildlife, 5 wild elephants were found dead in a national park in the western province of Kanchanaburi on Thursday. Even though they were just found this week, the elephants were estimated to have been dead for over 2 months after they fell into a natural sinkhole. The chief of Lam Khlong Ngu National Park found out about the dead elephants from photos on a Facebook page, which showed the elephants’ bodies sinking into the soil pit. The chief alerted other officials of the post, and they showed up to investigate the elephants’ deaths. After a […]

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 Another tragic event for elephants and for all of 
nature in general, as to often is the case, no accountability 
whatsoever from any of the peoples involved, another 
black mark against humanity being a part of intelligent 
life on planet earth. Shame.  
                     'Life before profit'

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