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Tragedy hit Khao Yai National Park this week when park rangers discovered the carcasses of two dead elephants among the rocks near Heo Narok Waterfall. Access now has been closed to the waterfall in Nakhon Ratchasima Province as rangers try to remove the bodies. Khao Yai National Park chief Chaiya Huaihongthong yesterday revealed that the elephants died as a result of the heavy rain, adding rangers found the first carcass, a baby elephant about three to five years old, floating between rocks at the waterfall. “Based on our initial findings, we think it (the baby elephant) came with its herd […]

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