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Thai Elephants
Written by Panrit "Gor" Daoruang   
Monday, 12 February 2007 01:17
Thai man is taking his elephant for a walk into the jungle during a break from logging in the left picture. And in the right picture, the poor elephant has stepped on a landmine near the Burmese border.

Picture on the left is a picture of elephant riding in Kanchanaburi, but there are lots of different places in Thailand. It is very popular for tourists who come to Thailand. And picture on the right, a university student from Utah is a volunteer at the Ayutthaya elephant camp. She has been working there for three months.

An elephant wedding in Ayutthaya province in the left picture and picture on the right is a photo of an elephant crossing the busy expressway in Bangkok. Where I live outside Bangkok I often see elephants walking up and down the road. Car drivers don't like them as they make traffic jams. The lady on the right has a bag of bananas which she sells to people to feed the elephant.