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Drone images reveal a herd of more than 40 elephants roaming in a forest just four kilometres away from a farming community in Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeast Thailand. Farmers say the hungry herd have devoured 60 rai of crops in one week, feasting on rice, sugarcane and corn. The elephants have come out of the forest at Thap Lan National Park, a World Heritage Site, to look for food in Khao Pradu community, Jorokay Hin subdistrict, Khon Buri district. After a week of destruction, Deputy District Chief of Khon Buri Sitthikorn Hankharna, national park officials, community leaders, Buddhist monks and […]

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