Wildlife rangers seize aggressive elephant that killed a villager

โซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูก needed for killing an elderly lady and raiding plantations in Prachin Buri has been caught and taken back to a sanctuary after an effort involving round one hundred fifty forestry and wildlife rangers as well as volunteers.
The 25 12 months outdated hot-tempered elephant had been causing in depth injury to orchards and farms for months, and stomped a 73 12 months previous woman to demise as she was choosing fruits and vegetables. An official order for the quick capture of the elephant, named in the document as “Sidor Noke,” had been signed last week by the deputy chief of the National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department.
Rangers tried to lure the elephant to the Khao Ang Rue Nai Wildlife Sanctuary, where he came from, but the elephant returned to the village in the Krabin Buri district, possibly in search of food. The return of the elephant even prompted villagers to place up an indication – although the animal cannot understand – telling the elephant to avoid the community.
In one other try and convey the elephant again to the sanctuary, a hundred and fifty forestry and wildlife rangers from Protected Areas Regional Offices 1 and a pair of, as well as volunteers, worked together to trace the animal. Once they discovered the elephant, tranquilliser darts were fired to soundly capture the elephant. A backhoe was then used to load the animal onto an army truck and drive to the wildlife sanctuary within the Sanam Chai Khet district of Chachoengsao, which borders Prachin Buri.

SOURCE: Bangkok Post

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