Herd of elephants in China have captivated the world!

A pack of elephants roaming through southwest China has captivated the imagination of millions. Hundreds of police officers capturing the scenes by drones reached Kunming in southern Yunnan province by traveling 300 miles from their native home.

These 11 feet and 11,000 lbs elephants eat corns and pineapples delivered by Adam Chang. He also said that the scene was so beautiful and captivating. “I saw them picking apart the corn with their trunks,” he told NBC News over the messaging and social media app WeChat.

He further said that there were so beautiful and lively, much more than the zoo. They also had such an aura that normal zoo animals don’t possess. The news of a herd of elephant roaming in china has reached the world.

So many are fascinated and captivated by their beauty and charm. But experts have warned that the migration of elephants from their homes might be a reason for the grave problem. It could be damaging consequences of human encroachment in their habitats.

Elephants reached Kunming in china on June 2 despite all the efforts of police personnel to lure them back into their habitat. They passed through fields, busy thoroughfares, eating and stumbling into irrigation ditches before falling into a deep slumber in the woods.

The photograph of a herd of elephants sleeping in the woods was circulating in the social media, grabbing eyeballs. Some netizens were amazed by the view, while some complained about the damages they have done along the way.

Jason Cao, the owner of a Yunnan mining company, delivers food to elephants daily and doesn’t believe that elephants are a bad omen. “Elephant is a holy animal that can bring fortune and peace in Chinese culture, so we are very happy the elephants came,” he said.

Since last May, the herd of elephants has been moving when they left their home in Xishuangbanna National Nature Reserve in southwest Yunnan at the border with Myanmar and Laos.

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