Elephants Move Seven Miles Into Woodland as Journey Continues Through China

A herd of elephants migrating for unknown reasons in southwest China, traveled 12.2 kilometers (7.5 miles) southwest and entered into woodland near Yuxi City in Yunnan province between July 3 and 4, authorities said.

This footage, released by the provincial headquarters tasked with monitoring the elephants, shows the group walking in line.

A lone male elephant has strayed 60 kilometers (37 miles) from the group and is northeast of the rest of the herd. Credit: Yunnan Headquarters for Safety of Asian Elephants via Storyful

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