2 kumkis reach Thadagam to chase away wild elephants

  • | Thursday | 8th November, 2018

“The wild elephants too should not suffer,” he added.Forest rangers are confident that the two kumki elephants can handle the two wild elephants. Thereafter, we will try using them to guide the two raiding wild elephants—Vinayaka and Chinna Thambi— away from human habitation.”“These two elephants will be used to just guide them away from the villages,” he added.“We want to exhaust all options available before translocating these wild elephants. After the successful driving operation, both the kumkis returned to their home camp a couple of days ago. Vijay and Wasim were sent to Uthamapalayam range in Theni district for a driving operation of rogue jumbos there. The two kumkis were there for nearly 20 days.

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