11 Elephants Die After Falling Down ‘Ravine of Hell’

Another herd of elephants fell off a 500-foot waterfall.

It was reported on Tuesday that five more elephant bodies were discovered downstream from a waterfall where they found the bodies of six other elephants last weekend. They drown attempting to rescue a 3-year-old calf in Thailand.

The elephant carcasses were discovered after the first six elephants plunged to their deaths at the “Ravine of Hell” also known as the Haew Narok waterfall in Khao Yai National Park in northeastern Thailand, said Sompote Maneerat who is a spokesman for the National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department.


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