Wild elephants march on road in China

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    A group of Asian elephants was seen herding from a tropical forest in southwestern China’s Yunnan province to the city. The animals were first spotted last December and soon vanished from sight. They returned in mid-April and started marching northward. The elephants have strolled through villages, walked on main roads while ignoring police sirens, ate corn and drank water from local shops.

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