Six wild elephants were discovered lifeless at a waterfall in Thailand after falling right into a deep ravine and drowning.
Khao Yai nationwide park officers sighted many elephants amassing on a street close to Haew Narok waterfall on Thursday and Friday, consistent with a document submitted to the Division of Nationwide Parks, Flora and fauna and Plant Conservation.
At round 3am on Saturday, officers heard elephant cries coming from the waterfall and went to analyze at crack of dawn.
They found out a child elephant, elderly about 3, drowned within the first tier of the waterfall as two male elephants stood at the fringe of the cliff above.
After venturing down the slippery ravine trail, park officers found out the our bodies of 5 grownup elephants that had drowned.
Park leader Mr Tunya Netithammakul has since ordered the waterfall to be closed to all guests.
Officers have additionally been suggested to transport the rest elephants from the close by street to forestall them struggling a an identical destiny.