October 27, 2021

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Elephant breaks down house wall in search of food in Thailand | The world

Ba la-yu, an elephant on the tongue broke the wall of the house. Thailand, Sunday (20). The owner of the property, Ratchadavan Byungprasoporn, said the animal was looking for food.

In the pictures you can see the elephant breaking the kitchen wall, above the pond, there are dishes, appearing as food scraps.

Videos posted on Facebook of Puyeng Propane taking the elephant with its trunk through shelves and drawers, tapping food.

“We were asleep and made a noise in our kitchen,” Puyenprosoppan told the American network CNN. “So we ran downstairs and saw an elephant stabbing its head into our kitchen, where the wall broke.”

He said There was already a hole in his kitchen wall because another elephant had crashed into the house last month and the damage had not yet been repaired. A second animal will appear and trap its head through the hole, increasing the amount of damage.

“Since I was a child, I have seen elephants roaming our town in search of food, but this is the first time they have actually damaged my house,” the Thai woman told CNN.

The elephant searches for food in the kitchen in Hua Hin, Pa La-yu, Thailand. This photo was taken on June 20, 2021 by the owner of the property, Ratchadavan Byungprasoporn.

Ba La-Yu is located in the Hua Hin District, about 200 km from the capital Bangkok.

Thailand has a population of about 70 million, the 20th most populous country in the world, slightly ahead of the United Kingdom and France, with 67 million each, according to “Our World Data”.

The country is located in Southeast Asia and borders Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia.

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