5 elephant found dead Kanchanaburi, Thailand

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Kanchanaburi Province in western Thailand is a four hour train ride from Bangkok. When you step off that train, you’re welcomed — with open arms — into an entirely different world. On May 5, 2022, reporters reported that the Facebook page ‘ Huay Kayeng Forest Elephant Thong Pha Phum ‘ took pictures of 5 wild elephants dead in a pond. The state of decay left only the bones to post on Facebook, along with a detailed description that “The Path to Death May the souls of Big Brother’s five lives go to a better world than this life, Amen.” Most recently, Mr. Pichet Chaisawat, head of Lam Klong Ngu National Park Reported to high-ranking supervisors that at 1:30 p.m. Lam Klong Ngu National Park officials were notified by the headman of Village No. 7, Ban Cha-i, Cha-Lae Sub-district, Thong Pha Phum District. Kanchanaburi that the villagers had entered the forest In the forest of two pipe mines, coordinates at 47P 477562E 16238442N, about 4-5 wild elephants were found falling into the pi by Lam Klong Ngu National Park officials Has taken action to check it appears that the area is in the National Forest Reserve. Khao Phra Hermit Forest And Khao Bo Rae Forest, plot 1, is not in Lam Klong Ngu National Park. The carcass of an elephant was found in a sinkhole. It has been dead for about 2 months. It consists of 2 adult elephants, 1 young elephant and 2 baby elephants, decomposing skeletons. can’t prove gender The park officials have conducted an inspection record with the headman of Ban Mu 7, Ban Cha-Yi, to record a daily record as evidence. For the carcass of such elephants The park will have to sprinkle lime and operate according to academic principles. and together with the community to continue the landfill operation

From a preliminary inspection of the area, it was found that Such areas are caused by soil collapse. which the underground condition is a tunnel from underground mining in which the general condition is collapsing in many holes causing danger to animals and humans that enter the area which will allow village leaders to make warning signs Do not allow villagers to enter the risk area. to prevent potential dangers

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