Two elephants killed in Yok Don National Park

VietNamNet Bridge – The dead bodies of a male and female elephant were founded in the core zone of the Yok Don National Park, in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak. Police are investigating the case.

On August 26, Dak Lak police searched the site where the elephants were found. The elephants were also examined to serve the investigation.

Earlier, at noon of August 25, forest rangers detected the dead bodies of two elephants that were only 5 meters from each other. The bodies were being decomposed.

The male elephant lost his face bone and his tusks.

The national park’s officials said the dead elephants might be members of a 30-head elephant flock that recently appeared at the national park.

Local rangers said that this flock may have only one matured male elephant.

Compiled by Thu Ha