Drone used to spot five more Elephant victims in Thailand waterfall deaths


A drone has spotted five more Elephant victims, taking the number of animals that died after falling down a waterfall in Thailand to 11.

It is believed that the animals may have been trying to save a baby elephant that slipped over the edge.

According to a report from the BBC, local authorities at the Khao Yai National Park in central Thailand initially spotted six dead elephants over the weekend.

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However, a drone has now spotted an additional five near the notorious fall known as Haew Narok.

Drones are becoming increasingly successful tools for authorities looking for information in hard to reach areas.

Last week, CDP reported on a drone ending a fugitive’s time on the run.

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