FLIE - In this photo taken on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015, an elephant crosses the road in Hwange National Park, about 700 kilometers south west of Harare, Zimbabwe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, File)
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A wild elephant killed two Thai men in separate pre-dawn attacks Friday as they worked at a rubber plantation in eastern Thailand, police said.According to Sawai, the elephant trampled on the men, using its trunk to fling them to the ground as well as goring them with its tusks.Thailand -- where the pachyderm is a national symbol -- has an estimated 2,500 wild elephants, outnumbered by its roughly 4,000 domesticated ones.In June an elephant killed a Thai man and injured another as they were eating dinner at a beach side restaurant.
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