School pleads for help from intruding wild elephants

PUBLISHED ON SAT, JAN 13, 2018 7:12 AM

School pleads for help from intruding wild elephants

 

elephant22.jpg

 

The management of a school in Tha Takiap district of Chachoengsao has called on authorities concerned to come to their rescue from wild elephants which, they said, might harm both students and teachers.

 

The plea followed a recent incident when about 40 wild elephants broke into the compound of Ang Sua Dam school in Tambon Klong Takrao apparently to search for food and water.

 

The elephants broke through a section of the school wall and caused damages to a water tank and pipes and trees, but did not harm anybody in the school.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/school-pleads-help-intruding-wild-elephants/

 

 
thaipbs_logo.jpg
-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2018-01-13
latest news from Thailand

PM says World Economic Forum improves Thailand's standing in competitiveness index  BANGKOK, 22nd October 2018 (NNT) – The Prime Minister has expressed satisfaction over Thailand’s improved standing on the World Economic Forum’s 4.0 competitiveness index for 2018, saying the results are a...

READ MORE...

Stormy weather still wreaking havoc across the nation  YALA, 22nd October 2018 (NNT) – Heavy rain has continued to cause damage and loss of life in Thailand, with a major landslide reported in Betong, in Yala province. Residents today reported that the entrance to Baan Chulaborn 10 between Ta Noh...

READ MORE...

Phalang Pracharat and Democrat parties continue activity as Thai Citizen Power Party announces "Female for Bangkok" slogan FILE photo BANGKOK, 22 October 2018 (NNT) – The Thai Citizen Power Party has held a major meeting, selecting eight additional party board members and 11 candidate selection...

READ MORE...

'Dark-skinned people' targeted in Thailand immigrant crackdown BANGKOK: Allegedly aimed at busting visa abusers and illegal migrants, a Thai police operation called "X-Ray Outlaw Foreigner" has raised questions about racial profiling and fears for asylum-seekers caught in its web. Tens of millions...

READ MORE...
sponsors