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February 15, 2016
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Elephant rampages in east
Indian town, smashing homes
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PANICKED PACHYDERM. A wild elephant that strayed into a
town stands after authorities shot it with a tranquilizer gun at Siliguri in
West Bengal state, India. The elephant wandered from the Baikunthapur
forest, crossing roads and a small river before entering the town. The
panicked elephant ran amok, trampling parked cars and motorbikes
before it was tranquilized. (AP Photo)
appeared to be afraid of them. After several hours, it be-
came clear the elephant was unable to find its way back to
Authorities eventually shot the elephant three times
with a tranquilizer gun and used a crane to lift it into a
truck once it had calmed down.
It was then taken to a park for domesticated
pachyderms that is maintained by the forest department.
Authorities planned to return the elephant to the forest,
Elephants are increasingly coming into contact with
people in India, as the human population of 1.25 billion
soars and cities and towns grow at the expense of jungles
and other elephant habitats. In India and Sri Lanka, more
than 400 elephants and 250 humans are killed each year.
In another incident, a wild elephant trampled a farmer
to death in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. The farmer
had been sleeping in his paddy field when the elephant
appeared, police told Press Trust of India.
India’s elephants are also threatened by speeding
trains and illegal poachers looking for ivory to sell on the
black market. Today, there are about 30,000 elephants
across the country, restricted to about 15 percent of their
historic habitat, according to the environment ministry.
Worldwide, elephants have disappeared from some 95
percent of their historical range, which once stretched
from the shores of the Mediterranean to the Yellow River
in northern China.