Wild elephant behind five deaths caught

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 - 9:22


The wild elephant that killed people and responsible for a series of property damages in Thanamalwila area was caught by wildlife officials last night.

The animal has killed five people during the past few months.

It will be released at Yala National Park today.

Pics by Sooriyawewa Nuwan Jayasekara

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