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Thailand | With tourists gone for the moment, elephants reclaim Khao Yai NP

KHAO YAI, Thailand — For as long as the elephants could remember — and that is a long time — the path to the river snaked down the hillside through jungle so dense a troop of pachyderms could simply vanish.


But about three decades ago, humans decided they, too, wanted to get to the river, to gaze at the waterfalls that cascaded into the Khao Yai National Park in central Thailand. The humans paved over part of the elephants’ trail with cement. They built toilets and snack kiosks.


https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/05/world/asia/thailand-elephants-coronavirus.html

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