A local schoolboy is preparing to throw elephant feces to a makeshift tray prepared by his classmates during a “People-Elephant-Forest” talk in Cham Pak Paew temple in Thailand’s Suraburi province, 150 kilometers North of Bangkok, for school children ...

Photo | September 15, 2009

A local schoolboy is preparing to throw elephant feces to a makeshift tray prepared by his classmates during a “People-Elephant-Forest” talk in Cham Pak Paew temple in Thailand’s Suraburi province, 150 kilometers North of Bangkok, for school children to explain how elephants, as megafauna, are species on which other smaller animals depend. The talk was conducted by the Thai Elephant Research and Conservation Fund (TERF) as part of an educational effort to promote elephant conservation and the importance of forest biodiversity during the fourth day of the Greenpeace-led Change Caravan.

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