Wandering Asian elephants continue to stay in Yuxi City

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    A herd of Asian Elephants roaming across southwest China’s Yunnan Province is still staying in the city of Yuxi. On Saturday, these tuskers were seen resting in the woods of Eshan County most of the time. They were also seen playing in a mud puddle and foraging in farmlands. On Friday, the herd of 14 moved to Eshan from neighboring Yimen County. Two weeks ago, the male that broke away continues to stay in Anning, a county of the provincial capital, Kunming, the provincial capital.

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