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Herd of Elephant entered into Meghalaya forest from India-Bangladesh International Border

Updated: May 20

The Border Security Forces give free access to the herd of elephants that roam freely in jungles at India-Bangladesh Border. Their marked routes, which have been allowed through gates, are manned but always kept in such a position that these mammoths get free access across the fence.


Elephants, who are revered in this region, are respectfully called "Mama". The mighty pachyderms are seen roaming in this region but they do not harm people.

Video credit: Border Security Forces, downloaded from ZeeNews media.


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