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Some might take a bus, others ride their bike, some will walk. But some Thai kids arrived at school via elephant this morning in Tak province, northern Thailand. Today was the first day of nationwide on-site classes in Thai schools after almost two years of online, remote studying. To mark the occasion, parents from Baan Ya Por School in Phob Phra district organised for their children to ride to school on an elephant. Thai netizens loved the idea and some said that riding elephants to school is the perfect way to combat rising oil prices. The school is located on […]

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3 hours ago, Stef said:

Sadly the elephant is still wearing the chain on its foreleg and the mahout looks to have a spike hammer in his bag… 

Yeah, I noticed that too, too sad for words.

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