Elephant Sanctuary Retirement Park in Chiang Mai (Thailand)
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Elephant populations

Elephant Retirement Park (Chiang Mai, Thailand)

Elephant populations

Ancient animals which have long been existing on this planet for over 60 milion years, passing through the development of survival, under the changes of the environment on this earth over and over again,

But, at the present time, the changes made by human being have affected the nature , causing inappropriate surroundings for the livelihood of elephants, Each year, the elephant populations has been decreasing so tremendously that they are expected to become extinct from this earth within this decade. 

The elephant retirement park is proud of its strict policy of its treatment of elephants. There is no riding, chaining for beating of any kind.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office on 081-6719110 or 091-4826534 

Email : chiangmai10@gmail.com


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