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Thailand’s beloved national animal is another victim of the country’s floods. In the central province of Ayutthaya, officials are preparing to possibly evacuate about 100 elephants from a camp after a river overflowed. The Lopburi River had risen 30 centimetres as of yesterday morning, Nation Thailand reported. The flooding from the overflow impacted houses in Ayutthaya’s main city district, as well as the Ayutthaya Elephant Palace & Royal Kraal.  Grass fields that the elephants eat from have now been swamped, according to the camp’s deputy director. Workers, volunteers, and troops were rushing to build flood levees to protect the camp.  […]

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