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Elephant Sits On Car In A Thai National Park

Thailand — After a video of an elephant squishing a car driving through Khao Yai National Park, park officials published on Wednesday 10 rules to follow when encountering a wild elephant.

The elephant, called Deu, sidled up to a car in Khao Yai National Park around 4pm Tuesday. In the video, he can be seen rubbing against it, before sitting fully on the vehicle. The panicked driver only drove away after his car suffered some damages.
“He usually likes to come to greet tourists anyway, but he never hurt anyone or any vehicles,” park director Kanchit Sarinpawan said Wednesday. “There were many factors that contributed to this, as we can see in the clip. We can see the driver was able to drive out, but he may have been too panicked to do so.”

While both the driver and the passenger remained unharmed, the car’s roof was dented, and the rear and side windows were broken.

(Video Credit: Khaosod English/ YouTube)

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