Wild elephant startles vacationers on busy road in Khao Yai National Park

A giant wild elephant emerged onto a road close to Khao Yai National Park, scary tourists who swiftly tried to reverse their vehicles. The incident occurred yesterday when the elephant left the forest, crossing the road with out inflicting any harm before returning to the woodland area.
According to Assumporn Rojanburanan, the pinnacle of Pong Prathan village in the Pak Chong district, Nakhon Ratchasima, the massive elephant was spotted walking out of the woods and leisurely strolling alongside the road inside the national park round on the finest way to Klhong Tabak. The elephant was heading towards the three-way intersection at Green Hill, near the Nen Hom Gate and Pong Yai Maeow.
Assumporn was accompanying his son, Kritsana Rojanburanan, and pals on a sightseeing trip and pictures expedition in Khao Yai National Park once they encountered the big elephant. Blacklisted estimated it to be a younger elephant, aged about 15-18 years, as it had not yet developed tusks and its gender could not be discerned. The sighting brought on automobiles coming from Nakhon Nayok’s Nen Hom Gate to swerve and attempt to escape, fearing the animal would approach them. However, as a end result of a long queue of automobiles behind, they were unable to reverse.
The elephant continued heading in direction of the Green Hill intersection, where it was filmed by Kritsana’s son. The elephant then walked down the facet of the highway and returned to the forest without causing any harm or incidents.
Chaiya Huayhongsathon, Head of Khao Yai National Park, commented that wild elephants typically come to the roadside to search for food on the path to Prachin Buri, sometimes strolling onto the road itself.
He mentioned that park official Sitthiporn Sinsueb has been assigned to look after the elephants and make sure the security of tourists and locals who use this highway, having done so for practically two years without any reports of elephant assaults..

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