[Hai Ping Nian] Foreign media: From elephants “going home”, we can see that China’s wildlife protection has achieved remarkable results
Studies have found that if there is no ivory trade, African elephants can have a lot of habitat
China News Service, Bangkok, March 13 (Reporter Wang Guoan) March 13 is Thailand’s annual “Elephant Day”, and celebrations have been held across the country.
It is said that medical staff are angels who treat illnesses and save people. In fact, the work done by veterinarians is not limited. Recently, the encounter of a veterinarian in a natural park in Thailand made people feel funny and sad. I saw in the video that the vet Tom and his assistant were about to give an elephant an enema. They were putting a tube into the elephant’s anus. Obviously the doctors and assistants were mentally prepared for what would happen next, and the three of them dressed in raincoats, operating carefully.
At 3 o’clock in the morning on November 13, local time, an elephant in Maben Township, Shan State, Myanmar suddenly went mad and trampled on the breeder Wu Nianwen. Then he broke into a nearby village and trampled wildly, resulting in the deaths of three villagers, including one. A 6-year-old child. After receiving this news, staff from the local government, police and forestry department rushed to the scene and captured the elephant. As to the cause of the incident, relevant departments are continuing to investigate.
Before entering this article, I would like to ask you to imagine a scene:In a desolate no-man’s land, you are chased by a group of vicious criminals. You run forward tirelessly, not knowing when to stop. Just know that as long as the pace is a little slower, you will die.
Before entering this article, I would like to ask you to imagine a scene:in a desolate no-man’s land, you are chased by a group of vicious criminals. You run forward tirelessly, not knowing when you can stop. Just know that as long as the pace is a little slower, you will die.