A monster size Elephant on the streets. Bigger than a truck!
Sri Lanka has achieved the most successful reservation progress shown in a period with Asian elephant population in demise. Wilderness in the Island of Sri Lanka is quite the place to be. Sri Lanka is the home to the largest Asian elephants in the Asian continent.
A monster size Elephant on the streets. Bigger than a truck!-The the place is full of passionate individuals who regularly safeguards and raises these elephants to become giants that roam the jungles afterward. Some of these giants in the Minneria region move out of the forest towards the cities out from the boundaries every night. This is a known scenario and citizens in the area means no harm to the elephants as they just walk along the streets without any harm unless provoked. Some wildlife officers are assigned to patrol across the region to keep these giants away from the cities, but they cannot be everywhere at the same time.
Our officers encountered this elephant and decided to follow to send it away from the civilian areas that might come under a rampaging attack. This specific giant seems to be a very aggressive one according to the speed of its walk looking for food and water.
As mentioned in previous articles, the citizens love all these elephants, and they are well aware of the situation or the dangers they face against these wild elephants in the region. A lot of wildlife officers are also present in the area where elephants and humans have learned to coexist in better ways than some other regions across Asia.
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