The most famous is Elephant Sleep
The Chinese authorities have taken this photo of the herd of elephants in China, which embarked on an extraordinary tour about 15 months ago, resting in a village near the city of Xiang, traveling nearly 500 km. With this unusual visit, the authorities tried to repatriate the elephants but were unsuccessful and provided the necessary facilities to continue their journey to the south-west. Accordingly, 14 drone cameras and 500 officers have been deployed. Yunnan forest rangers are monitoring major roads and targeting a safe destination, and the herd has caused millions of dollars in damage to property. However, the herd, which crossed a main road in Eshan, made headlines when it entered the densely populated city of Kunming.
It is estimated that about 300 of these elephants, which belong to the Indian subspecies of Asia, currently survive in China. Conservationists, however, have not given a definite idea of this migration, and some have cited it as a search for a new habitat. But that idea is also controversial, as wood elephants are living creatures based on the concept of nijabm.
Although lying down on the floor during intense fatigue and rest is part of the routine, it is rare to see with the naked eye. This is because they sleep only in an environment that feels extremely safe. However, tame elephants also fall asleep, the author observes, as the tame elephants sleep, “roaring loudly.” . .
Excerpt – Shashikalana Ratwatte.
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