Not a good idea: Taking selfies with a wild elephant
Two people out running who were seen taking selfies with a wild elephant had put themselves in great danger, the Khao Yai National Park chief warned on Thursday.
When a herd of 11 Asian elephants fell into a mud filled crater, people came to the rescue. All the elephants escaped, including the little one at the end, thanks to the help of Wildlife Conservation Society staff, the Department of Environment, and local famers. Watch the video from Cambodia's Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary for an uplifting look at what we can accomplish when we work together.
Poisson (Trey Rah) en croûte de sel grillé au feu de bois sur une tige de canne à sucre !
Aïravata va bientôt devoir s'affilier à Relais et Châteaux...
Notre jeune couple en voyage de noces à adoré, autant la cuisine que les éléphants...
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