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"It's extremely painful to see the elephants die as well. But we have to wait for the post-mortem report to know the exact cause of their death. This said Indian Minister Paimal Suklabaidya, this Friday, May 14, after the discovery of the remains of elephants.
at least 18remains discovered in the Jungle of the State of Assam in the north-east of , said Friday the authorities, who opened an investigation into the causes of Their death, imputed a priori to lightning.
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The Minister of Forests of Assam, Parimal Suklabaidya, said deeply struggled with the death of these animals.
According to him, elephants could be killed by the lightning who hit the Kandali Forest Reserve Propoded Reserve Forest, in Nagaon District, on Wednesday night to Thursday.
"Extremely painful to see elephants die so"
"It's extremely painful to see the elephants die as well. But we have to wait for the post-mortem report to know the exact cause of their death ", he told the press on the spot, about 150 kilometers southeast of Guwahati, the capital of the state.
The Chief Minister of State of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma, said in a statement to be preoccupied with the death of an "so large number of elephants" .
Forest managers and a local member, JUITU GOSWAMI, also told AFP a little earlier that the Pachyderms were probably killed by lightning.
India is home to nearly 30,000 elephants, about 60% of the wild elephant population in Asia.
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© Provided by Le Parisien The Parisian Eighteen Champions of Elephants were discovered in the Jungle of the State of Assam in the northeast From India, said Friday the authorities, who opened an investigation into the causes of their death, imputed a priori to lightning. The Minister of Forests of Assam, Parimal Suklabaidya, said deeply struggled with the death of these animals.