Videos and Photographs: Elephants Attacking Cars in Thailand

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    If you were thinking about renting a car to go on your own safari or to drive through a national park containing wild animals which roam freely, you may want to re-think that plan after watching the video included with this article written by Leon Siciliano for The Telegraph, which shows an elephant trashing the front bumper of a car in Khao Yai National Park, which covers four provinces and is located in in Nakhon Ratchasima in northeast Thailand; as well as this video from CBC News, which is a division of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Photographs of elephants crushing the hoods of cars and stomping on a grocery store are included in this article from RTE News, which suggests that the “aggressive behaviour were results of the mating season.” Khao Yai National Park is... The post Videos and Photographs: Elephants Attacking Cars in Thailand appeared first on The Gate.

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