TRAVEL 'Tusk force' gets to work

TRAVEL

'Tusk force' gets to work

By Zhang Lei | China Daily

13:48, July 27, 2019

In the past four years, in Meng'a, Yunnan province, the Asian elephants have fed on crops such as sugar cane, corn, bamboo and bananas grown by local farmers. [Photo/Meng'a Forestry Bureau]

An elephant is captured with experts' consent. This elephant wrecked 40 vehicles within a week. [Photo/Meng'a Forestry Bureau]

A monitor watches elephant activities using a drone. [Photo by Zhou Gangfeng/For China Daily]

A monitor watches elephant activities using a drone. [Photo by Zhou Gangfeng/For China Daily]

Pu Zongxin watches elephants with binoculars. [Photo/Meng'a Forestry Bureau]

Infrared camera installation. [Photo/Meng'a Forestry Bureau]

Pu leads an elephant to the open area for safe capture. [Photo/Meng'a Forestry Bureau]

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