Monday, 19 January 2015

Thailand's Khao Yai national park facing jumbo-size traffic problem after elephants attack cars

The aggressive behaviour is a result of the mating season

Tuesday 13 January 2015

Visitors to Thailand’s Khao Yai national park have been warned to be cautious after attacks by elephants damaged cars, a shop and a restaurant.

Officials at the park, near Bangkok, said an elephant attacked the park’s grocery store and shattered windows with its trunk on Monday.

The rampage followed an attack at the weekend, where an elephant rubbed against cars before ramming into and tearing off the bumper of a small saloon.

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