Tech & Science : elephants fell 150 meters into death: waterfall locked

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Khao Yai National Park - the Thai authorities have closed a famous waterfall in the Khao Yai National Park after two elephants have fallen into death.

Der Wasserfall Haew Narok bleibt nach dem tragischen Vorfall bis zum 30. September für Besucher gesperrt. © provided by TAG24 The Haew Narok waterfall remains closed to visitors by September 30 after the tragic incident. The Haew Narok waterfall (hell gorge) remains closed to visitors by September 30, Thai Medien quoted the head of the park, Chaiya Huaihongthong. Among other things, this is necessary to recover the two

Tierkadaver .

After heavy rains, the pachyderms are said to have fallen 150 meters into the depth.

In the rainy season, the frequent floods in the area were a danger to visitors and wild animals, according to the parking manager.

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Haew Narok extends over three levels and is the largest and highest waterfall in the national park in the center of Thailand, which is popular with visitors from all over the world.

since 1986 there have been 27 elephants, as the newspaper

Nation Thailand reported.

Die thailändischen Behörden haben einen berühmten Wasserfall im Nationalpark Khao Yai geschlossen, nachdem dort zwei Elefanten in den Tod gestürzt sind. © provided by Tag24 The Thai authorities have closed a famous waterfall in the Khao Yai National Park after two elephants have fallen to death. The waterfall is regularly closed in the rainy season so that flora and fauna can recover from the rush of visitors. This year, however, he was closed earlier.

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