An aggressive elephant wanted for killing an elderly woman and raiding a plantation in Prachinburi

The 25-year-old hot-tempered elephant caused extensive damage to orchards and farms for months and trampled to death a 73-year-old woman picking fruits and vegetables. An official order for the immediate capture of the elephant, named "Sidor Noke" in the document, was signed last week by the deputy head of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation.

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One of two rare twin monkeys

Locals told The Pattaya News that although the monkeys are friendly, they are usually hard to spot as they live high up in the mountains. On the other hand, the caretaker of the temple on the mountain said that one of the monkeys usually hangs around the coffee shop near the temple.

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New sports code

Yesterday, the Taiwan Sports Authority announced that national team athletes must comply with a new code of conduct in order to participate in the upcoming Asian Games in Hangzhou, China in September.

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35 signs about elephants

After a pickup truck hit and killed an elephant on a Kanchanaburi highway in January, 35 new elephant crossing signs have been posted along that highway, a wildlife sanctuary chief told the Bangkok Post yesterday.

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