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1. learning | 27 Nov 2012
» Most elephants living in captivity across the country suffer from work overload, malnutrition, and poor living conditions, says the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre.
2. learning | 15 Mar 2012
» With only 3,700 wild & 4,000 captive elephants (2,300 in 135 elephant parks) in the country, this vital part of Thai heritage urgently needs protection.
3. learning | 04 Mar 2013
About crime & elephants
» Registration of Thai elephants with micro ID chip under skin, cheap way to save lives of elephants & beat corrupt ivory traders at their game.
4. learning | 28 Mar 2012
» 8 seized elephants have TB that humans can catch, 15 of 18 seized elephants in poor health, govt & animal parks accuse each other of negligence.
5. news | 12 May 2013
» PHUKET: In an echo of a probe last year into “illegal” elephants in Phuket, officials are investigating the backgrounds of two baby elephants in Phuket that are suspected to have been taken from the wild or smuggled in f...
6. learning | 02 Aug 2011
» If a wildlife sanctuary is too small, elephants stray into villages in search of food and damage croplands of farmers.
7. learning | 01 Mar 2012
» Wildlife officials seize 19 elephants from privately owned elephant parks in Kanchanaburi because info on elephant ID cards wrong.
8. learning | 19 Oct 2010
» For years elephants were used by their owners to get money from tourists on Bangkok streets and suffered in many different ways. Things have finally changed.
9. news | 04 Apr 2013
» Surin authorities have declared a drought emergency in 16 of the 17 districts, warning that over 200 elephants at a conservation centre are at risk because of the severe water shortage.
10. learning | 27 Jan 2011
Easy English news
» Police investigators have doubts about some of a Ukrainian engineer's claims of being held captive in a local factory.