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Suthep Petchkla, 36, said some of the few mahouts still living at a Najomtien elephant camp are using Facebook and YouTube to broadcast live video of the jumbos and asking viewers to pay 50 baht for baskets of food for the animals.
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Pattaya Mahouts Livestream Elephants to Feed Hungry Jumbos

Not as sexy as Soi 6 bargirls shaking their asses for lady drinks, YouTube videos plead for 50-baht donations for baskets of elephant food.
A 52-year-old monk was trampled and gored to death by a wild elephant near his monastery in Chonburi in October 2020.

Monk Becomes Latest Victim of Deadly Elephant Attacks in Chonburi

Wild elephants have killed two people in the past week in Chonburi, most recently a monk collecting alms. The gored and trampled body of Suthem...
Elephant Conservation in Chiang Mai
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WATCH: Elephant Conservation in Chiang Mai in the Covid Era

Chiang Mai’s elephant-touring industry has been hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the loss of foreign tourists, but some camps focusing on breeding an...
Tylan, a Cambodian rubber worker, is treated for injuries after an elephant rampage in Rayong.

Rampaging Elephant Rips Through Rayong Worker Camp, Injuring Infant, 2 Parents

A screaming baby triggered a work elephant in Rayong, setting off a rampage that sent three members of a Cambodian family to the hospital...
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Pandemic Upends Thailand’s Elephant Tourism, Testing Mahouts’ Lifelong Bonds

Being a mahout is said to be a lifetime commitment, but the coronavirus recession is testing that tradition
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