Thailand Rejoices ‘National Elephant Day’

National Elephant Day

Thailand rejoices ‘National Elephant Day’, pointing at raising open mindfulness about elephant preservation as the most recent elephant enumeration indicates that Thailand’s pachyderm populace has dropped to under 5,000 elephants countrywide.

Elephants appreciate a buffet of leafy foods and fruits throughout Thailand’s National Elephant Day in the old Thai capital Ayutthaya March 13, 2014. Thais honoured the elephant on Thursday with exceptional fruits functions the nation over to pay praise to their national animal.

Visit Thailand’s best Zoo Khao Kheow Open Zoo to experience 30 minutes elephant ride and the spectacular show Journey To The Jungle. It is highly anticipated animal conservation show that is loved by tourists from across the world.

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