Elephants: Covid and ethics transform Thailand’s tourism industry

Elephants: Covid and ethics transform Thailand’s tourism industry

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  • January 3, 2023
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Elephants are native to Thailand, but the wild population has dwindled from around 100,000 a century ago to perhaps only 3,000-4,000 today. Large quantities have historically been captured and used in the timber industry, but when this was banned in the late 1980s to protect what remains of the country’s forests, they were instead used to entertain tourists.

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