Island focus: Roaming elephants, tigers trouble Jambi
The Jakarta Post
Residents of Sarolangun and Kerinci regencies in Jambi have complained about wild animals entering their villages and wreaking havoc on their plantations.
Muslim, a resident of Sipintum village in Pauh district, Sarolangun regency, said on Wednesday that this past month a herd of wild elephants had often wandered onto the village‚Äôs plantation, damaging the plants and huts there.
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