Asian elephants edge closer to Kunming, Yunnan

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    A migrating herd of Asian #elephants in southwest China’s #Yunnan Province is several kilometers away from the border of provincial capital city Kunming. Pineapples, bananas and corn were placed by local officials on the river’s northward route, and the move was successful in diverting the herd away from urban areas. #Nature

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