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The Department of National Parks of Thailand is preparing to bring home an elephant named Plai Sak Surin, one of the three Thai elephants living in Sri Lanka, using an Ilyushin IL-76 cargo plane, in early July. Plai Sak Surin, also known as Muthu Raja in Sri Lanka, was given to the Sri Lankan government … …

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Better bring back home all the 3. At least those poor creatures can have a peaceful life towards the end of their lifetime. How do one expect to take care such poor creatures where their own people don't have enough to eat. 

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