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Eight elephant carcasses pose risk to water quality in reservoir

 

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Khao Yai national park officials are set to take a boat upstream, from their station at Khun Dan Prakan Chon reservoir to Khlong Ton Sai, to scatter anti-pollution chemicals over the carcasses of eight elephants trapped among boulders after water in the creek began to smell foul.

 

Meanwhile, the Nakhon Nayok provincial administration has set up an ad hoc panel to test water samples from the reservoir to determine the water quality.  Water from the creek and Khlong Ton Sari flows into the reservoir, which is the main source of fresh water for Nakhon Nayok province.

 

To date, park officials have managed to remove three dead elephants from the creek near steep Haew Narok waterfall.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/eight-elephant-carcasses-pose-risk-to-water-quality-in-reservoir/

 

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I wonder if the same Thais worried about the drinking water, were so worried about the elephants using it as a toilet and a bath prior ?

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BBQ

Get the airforce to drop in a little napalm and cook those jumbos down 

 

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The smell from a dead rat in my garage had me sick in the stomach - can't imagine what 8 elephants smell like. Such a tragic chain of events.

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