Elephants destroy oil palm plantation in Riau
The Jakarta Post
A herd of wild elephants have reportedly damaged an oil palm plantation in the Mandau and Pinggir districts of Bengkalis regency, Riau Islands.
Pardi Malin, a resident, said around 20 elephants had come to the village and damaged the six-month-old plants.
“During the rainy season, the wild elephants often come out of their natural habitat and search for food in the villages. We ca...
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