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UPDATE Over 100 wild elephants have been returned to a national park, after about 40 of them were found devouring farmers’ crops this week in the northeastern Nakhon Ratchasima province. The gentle giants had been spotted looking for food in the Khao Pradu community, feasting on rice, sugarcane, and corn. The farmers said they had munched down 60 rai of crops in one week. Luckily, national park officials have have lead the stray creatures back to their home. The head of Thap Lan National Park has said that officials managed to drive back 54 wild elephants to the forest on […]

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