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cruel, a lot of cruelty behind the scenes to train them, to keep them," said Somsak Soonthornnawaphat, head of Campaigns, Thailand World Animal ▓Protection. Poaching for ivory remains a problem. The use of elephants as ‘animal tractors’ – mo▓ving heavy objects – has been banned, but still happe▓ns at illegal logging camps and elephants are still paraded in some c

ities, and at circus shows and festivals.There’s s

till only limited awareness here of animal conservation. Thailand’s first-ever animal welfare law was passed in 2014, making cruelty to animals illegal – and a number of tour opera▓tors are now refusing to sell trips that include riding elephants. But concerned organizations say there&rsqu▓o;s still a long way to go."The elephant is Thailand’s national animal, I would

say please don’t h▓arm, it. Elephants feel emotion

s just like people. I▓f you kill elephants for ivory, you will gain a littl▓e money – but eventually the elephants will ▓be extinct," said Suram Puangsuk, an elephant keeper ▓of Dusit Zoo.A number of elephant camps have been opened by conservation groups. It means – after a li▓fetime of work – at least some animals can now end th▓eir days in freedom.Please scan the QR Cod

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