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Elephant at Work
Elephant is the largest mammal surviving in the world at present. And Thailand is also another source of elephants. Elephants in Thailand are classified as the Asian elephant, in subspecies of India (Elephant maximus indicus). Since the ancient time, the elephant was raised by men for many advantages such as a royal vehicle of kings in the wars, or even as worker in the forest. So, the elephant is considered greatly beneficial to Thai people.
The current roles of the elephant have changed entirely. The elephants have been transferred from owners who had a career concerning about logs to be under ownership of thosein travel business welcoming guests. And that is another reason to make the lives of elephants changed in terms of eating and living habits or even race succession, depending on those who accept to raise them. Elephants in the current tourism have increased from the past much and spread to various locations across Thailand.
Maesa Elephant Camp, which is one of those in The tourism industry and uses the elephants in tourism, also is aware of the impact on the elephant well. Thus, there are many programs established to allow elephants to be well-being and able to maintain their species to survive in Thailand forever.