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Wild elephant electrocuted in Udalguri

In another tragic incident a 40 years old wild makhna elephant has been eletrocuted near SSB camp at Samrang in Udalguri district in the night of October 24. According to information the elephant died on spot after it had come in to contact of loosely erected un authorised electric wires. All such loose electric lines have been causing threat to wild elephants as well as people. So far four wild elephants lost lives in Udalguri district in 2014.

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