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A fruit farmer in Chanthaburi’s Khao Soi Dao allegedly killed an 18 year old elephant weighing more than seven tonnes yesterday and is set to face prosecution for violating the Wildlife Act. A poor elephant was identified as “See Dor Daeng”, which was not only one of Asia’s largest mammals but also one of the smartest of his herd as he had previously managed to elude the wildlife centre by finding its own way under electric wires and canals. The animal’s death was caused by an electric shock at a fruit plantation installed by the farmer on Tuesday morning, where […]

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3 hours ago, Shade_Wilder said:

I often think that the Earth would be a whole lot better off without humans.

It's true. Take away bees or mosquitoes for example, and everything will be affected by it. 

The only creature which won't be missed are humans actually. If there aren't any humans in a place for a while, nature will just take over. 

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