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US News elephant hike in China: a male trip solitaire

16:15  11 june  2021
16:15  11 june  2021 Source:   lexpress.fr

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Photo aérienne prise le 4 juin et diffusée le 11 juin par les autorités montrant un troupeau d'éléphants en randonnée près de la ville de Qujing, dans le sud-ouest de la Chine © Handout aerial photo taken on June 4th and broadcast on June 11 by the authorities showing a flock of elephants hiking near the city of Qujing, in the South -Now China

One of the 15 elephants, including hiking through Champs and Villages captivating China, separated from its congeners and now travels solitary, according to images of national television.

The flock, which includes three elephants, has already traveled more than 500 km in the southwestern of the country, after leaving its Xishuangbanna reserve, a border region of Laos and Burma.

One of the pachyderms, a male, is now 12 km from the rest of the flock after being separated at the beginning of the week, according to the CCTV public channel that retransmates 24 hours on the evolution of the flock on its site Internet.

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Photo aérienne prise le 7 juin et diffusée le 11 juin 2021 par les autorités montrant un troupeau d'éléphants en randonnée près de la ville de Kunming, dans le sud-ouest de la Chine © Handout aerial photo taken on June 7 and broadcast on June 11, 2021 by the authorities showing a herd of elephants hiking near the city of Kunming, in southwestern China

Elephant's urgention is monitored in Permanence by drones and hundreds of civil servants intervene to evacuate the populations on their passage.

Animals seem healthy and no one was injured while they ventured into the city, have crossed highways and visited barns and houses looking for food.


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The damage to agriculture caused by their journey have already been rated at nearly one million euros.

The flock penetrated last week on the vast territory of the city of Kunming, capital of the province of Yunnan, which has more than 8 million inhabitants.

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The authorities have placed cubs of trucks on the edge of roads to force it to change direction.

Filmed images Wednesday show the flock in the process of walking through the jungle, while the lonely male hollows the floor and covers dust with his trunk.

Zoologists ignore why elephants have left their reserve at the beginning of the year.

Pashderms, however, tend in recent years to get closer to villages, while the plants they usually eat are more and more replaced by non-edible species.

Wild elephants are protected in China, with a population estimated at 300 heads, against less than 200 in the 1980s. They live exclusively in the Tourist and Tropical region of Xishuangbanna.

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