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Meet The School Teacher Making Way For 500 Elephants to Cross 25 Tea Gardens
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Image Source: Wildlife SOS
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Elephants are often used in national parks and safaris. Representative image only. Image Courtesy:MaxPixel.
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A Bengal White Tiger in Delhi Zoo. Source: Wikimedia.
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