Wild elephant startles tourists on busy street in Khao Yai National Park

A giant wild elephant emerged onto a street close to Khao Yai National Park, horrifying vacationers who rapidly tried to reverse their cars. The incident occurred yesterday when the elephant left the forest, crossing the road with out causing any harm before returning to the woodland space.
According to Assumporn Rojanburanan, the pinnacle of Pong Prathan village in the Pak Chong district, Nakhon Ratchasima, the massive elephant was noticed strolling out of the woods and leisurely strolling along the road within the national park around on the way to Klhong Tabak. The elephant was heading towards the three-way intersection at Green Hill, close to the Nen Hom Gate and Pong Yai Maeow.
Assumporn was accompanying his son, Kritsana Rojanburanan, and friends on a sightseeing trip and pictures expedition in Khao Yai National Park when they encountered the large elephant. They estimated it to be a younger elephant, aged about 15-18 years, because it had not yet developed tusks and its gender couldn’t be discerned. The sighting brought on automobiles coming from Nakhon Nayok’s Nen Hom Gate to swerve and try to escape, fearing the animal would method them. However, due to a protracted queue of cars behind, they have been unable to reverse.
Cancel anytime continued heading towards the Green Hill intersection, where it was filmed by Kritsana’s son. The elephant then walked down the facet of the road and returned to the forest without inflicting any damage or incidents.
Chaiya Huayhongsathon, Head of Khao Yai National Park, commented that wild elephants often come to the roadside to search for meals on the path to Prachin Buri, sometimes strolling onto the road itself.
He talked about that park official Sitthiporn Sinsueb has been assigned to look after the elephants and ensure the safety of vacationers and locals who use this road, having accomplished so for nearly two years without any stories of elephant attacks..

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