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Cambodia Breaking News (Battambang): A herd of 10 elephants has damaged a fence and various property at the 400 border post at the Cambodia-Thailand border, in Samlot district, Battambang.
Mr. Mei Nan, director of the 400 area police station, reported that on October 7, 2019, at 10:15 pm, a herd of 10 elephants damaged the controlling fence at the border of the crossing area. One of those elephants was looking to mate, so it went to the village in Chanthaburi, Thailand and disturbed the local people.
The herd of elephants came to the 400 Cambodia border post and destroyed the road signs and other property. So then, the police decided to explode some bombs to chase the elephants back into the jungle.
Thai conservation teams are at work now, trying to catch the elephants. The people who are traveling through the 400 border checkpoint are warned to be careful and keep an eye out for elephants in the area.
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