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THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, has her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, has her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, has her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, has her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Motola (R), and Mosha, the elephants that were injured by landmines, stand at the Friends of the Asian...
Lampang, Thailand
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Motola (R), and Mosha, the elephants that were injured by landmines, stand at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, is seen at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, is seen at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Doctor Therdchai Jivacate (L) stands in front of Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine,...
Lampang, Thailand
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Doctor Therdchai Jivacate (L) stands in front of Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Prosthetic legs for elephants that were injured by a landmine, are seen on a table at the Friends of...
Lampang, Thailand
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Prosthetic legs for elephants that were injured by a landmine, are seen on a table at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2J1O1
June 30, 2016
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, wears her prosthetic leg at the Friends of the Asian...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, wears her prosthetic leg at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2J1O0
June 30, 2016
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, has her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, has her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Engineer Boonyu Thippaya (C) and a member of his team adjust a prosthetic leg for an elephant, that was...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Engineer Boonyu Thippaya (C) and a member of his team adjust a prosthetic leg for an elephant, that was injured by a landmine, at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Engineer Boonyu Thippaya (L) and a member of his team adjust a prosthetic leg for an elephant, that was...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Engineer Boonyu Thippaya (L) and a member of his team adjust a prosthetic leg for an elephant, that was injured by a landmine, at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Engineer Boonyu Thippaya (L) and a member of his team adjust a prosthetic leg for an elephant, that was...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Engineer Boonyu Thippaya (L) and a member of his team adjust a prosthetic leg for an elephant, that was injured by a landmine, at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, is prepared to have her prosthetic leg attached...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, is prepared to have her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
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June 30, 2016
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, wears her prosthetic leg at the Friends of the Asian...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Motola, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, wears her prosthetic leg at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2J1M9
June 30, 2016
A figurine of Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, is seen at the Asian Elephant Foundation...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
A figurine of Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, is seen at the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2J1M6
June 30, 2016
Engineer Boonyu Thippaya adjusts a prosthetic leg for an elephant, that was injured by a landmine, at...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
Engineer Boonyu Thippaya adjusts a prosthetic leg for an elephant, that was injured by a landmine, at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2J1M2
June 30, 2016
The Thai-Myanmar border is still dotted with landmines left over from clashes between ethnic-minority...
Lampang, Thailand
The Wider Image: Best foot forward
The Thai-Myanmar border is still dotted with landmines left over from clashes between ethnic-minority rebels and the Myanmar army dating back decades. Elephants Mosha and Motola lost limbs when they stepped on landmines. Recently Mosha received a new prosthetic leg at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation hospital, while Motola had her prosthetic adjusted. Founded in 1993, the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation was the world's first elephant hospital and currently has 17 patients. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "MOSHA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching text THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
THAILAND/
RTR2XHA1
February 08, 2012
A villager points to pieces of gold after she panned for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north...
Lampang, Thailand
A villager points to pieces of gold after she panned for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north...
A villager points to pieces of gold after she panned for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold rush occurs each year during the drought season (December to March) near the river in the Wang Nuea district, where minerals and gold-bearing sediments erode from nearby hills. One gram sells for 1,350 baht ($44). REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
THAILAND/
RTR2XHA0
February 08, 2012
Villagers pan for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold...
Lampang, Thailand
Villagers pan for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok
Villagers pan for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold rush occurs each year during the drought season (December to March) near the river in the Wang Nuea district, where minerals and gold-bearing sediments erode from nearby hills. One gram sells for 1,350 baht ($44). REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
THAILAND/
RTR2XH9Z
February 08, 2012
Villagers pan for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold...
Lampang, Thailand
Villagers pan for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok
Villagers pan for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold rush occurs each year during the drought season (December to March) near the river in the Wang Nuea district, where minerals and gold-bearing sediments erode from nearby hills. One gram sells for 1,350 baht ($44). REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
THAILAND/
RTR2XH9Y
February 08, 2012
A villager pans for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold...
Lampang, Thailand
A villager pans for gold in Weng river in Lampang province
A villager pans for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold rush occurs each year during the drought season (December to March) near the river in the Wang Nuea district, where minerals and gold-bearing sediments erode from nearby hills. One gram sells for 1,350 baht ($44). REUTERSChaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
THAILAND/
RTR2XH9U
February 08, 2012
A villager pans for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold...
Lampang, Thailand
A villager pans for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok
A villager pans for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold rush occurs each year during the drought season (December to March) near the river in the Wang Nuea district, where minerals and gold-bearing sediments erode from nearby hills. One gram sells for 1,350 baht ($44). REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
THAILAND/
RTR2XH9R
February 08, 2012
A villager pans for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold...
Lampang, Thailand
A villager pans for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok
A villager pans for gold in Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold rush occurs each year during the drought season (December to March) near the river in the Wang Nuea district, where minerals and gold-bearing sediments erode from nearby hills. One gram sells for 1,350 baht ($44). REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
THAILAND/
RTR2XH9O
February 08, 2012
Villagers pan for gold in the Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The...
Lampang, Thailand
Villagers pan for gold in the Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok
Villagers pan for gold in the Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok February 8, 2012. The gold rush occurs each year during the drought season (December to March) near the river in the Wang Nuea district, where minerals and gold-bearing sediments erode from nearby hills. One gram sells for 1,350 baht ($44). REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
THAILAND/
RTR2XH9K
February 08, 2012
Villagers pan for gold in the Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok, February 8, 2012. The...
Lampang, Thailand
Villagers pan for gold in the Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok
Villagers pan for gold in the Wang river in Lampang province, north of Bangkok, February 8, 2012. The gold rush occurs each year during the drought season (December to March) near the river in the Wang Nuea district, where minerals and gold-bearing sediments erode from nearby hills. One gram sells for 1,350 baht ($44). REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
MYANMAR-USA/
RTR26RNV
August 16, 2009
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok August 16, 2009. Myanmar...
Lampang, Thailand
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok August 16, 2009. Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi remained under house arrest on Sunday but American John
Yettaw, whose swim to her home in May led to her detention,
headed home after Senator Webb secured his freedom. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND POLITICS)
MYANMAR-USA/
RTR26RNE
August 16, 2009
U.S. Senator Jim Webb speaks during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok August 16, 2009. Myanmar...
Lampang, Thailand
U.S. Senator Jim Webb speaks during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok
U.S. Senator Jim Webb speaks during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok August 16, 2009. Myanmar opposition leader Aung San
Suu Kyi remained under house arrest on Sunday but American John
Yettaw, whose swim to her home in May led to her detention,
headed home after Senator Webb secured his freedom. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND POLITICS HEADSHOT)
MYANMAR-USA/
RTR26RN0
August 16, 2009
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok August 16, 2009. Myanmar...
Lampang, Thailand
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok August 16, 2009. Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi remained under house arrest on Sunday but American John
Yettaw, whose swim to her home in May led to her detention,
headed home after Senator Webb secured his freedom. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND POLITICS)
MYANMAR-USA/
RTR26RMU
August 16, 2009
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok August 16, 2009. Myanmar...
Lampang, Thailand
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok
U.S. Senator Jim Webb gestures during a news conference at a hotel in Bangkok August 16, 2009. Myanmar opposition leader Aung San
Suu Kyi remained under house arrest on Sunday but American John
Yettaw, whose swim to her home in May led to her detention,
headed home after Senator Webb secured his freedom. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND POLITICS)
THAILAND
RTXNPU4
August 28, 2005
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes her first steps after being fitted with an artificial limb...
Lampang, Thailand
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes her first steps after being fitted with an artificial l.....
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes her first steps after being fitted with an artificial limb at the Thai Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, about 100 km (62 miles) southeast of the northern city of [Chiang Mai] in Thailand August 28, 2005. Motala's front left foot was amputated after she stepped on a land mine in Myanmar six years ago.
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTRLQA4
August 28, 2005
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes some of her first steps after being fitted with an artificial...
Lampang, Thailand
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes some of her first steps after being fitted with an ...
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes some of her first steps after being fitted with an artificial in Lampang, Thailand. Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes some of her first steps after being fitted with a temporary prosthetic foot as Soraida Salwala (C), from Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation, gives an interview in Lampang, nearly 100 km (62 miles) southeast of the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai on August 28, 2005. Motala's front left foot was amputated after she stepped on a land mine in Myanmar six years earlier. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTRLQ9P
August 28, 2005
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes her first steps after being fitted with an artificial in...
Lampang, Thailand
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes her first steps after being fitted with an artificial ......
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes her first steps after being fitted with an artificial in Lampang, Thailand. Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, takes her first steps after being fitted with a temporary prosthetic foot at the Friends of the Asian Elephant hospital in Lampang, nearly 100 km (62 miles) southeast of the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai on August 28, 2005. Motala's front left foot was amputated after she stepped on a land mine in Myanmar six years earlier. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTRLQ8E
August 28, 2005
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, rests her leg before being fitted with an artificial limb in Lampang,...
Lampang, Thailand
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, rests her leg before being fitted with an artificial limb ...
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, rests her leg before being fitted with an artificial limb in Lampang, Thailand. Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, rests her leg before being fitted with a temporary prosthetic foot at the Friends of the Asian Elephant hospital in Lampang, nearly 100 km (62 miles) southeast of the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai on August 28, 2005. Motala's front left foot was amputated after she stepped on a land mine in Myanmar six years earlier. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTRLQ7P
August 28, 2005
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, rests her leg before being fitted with an artificial limb in Lampang,...
Lampang, Thailand
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, rests her leg before being fitted with an artificial limb ...
Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, rests her leg before being fitted with an artificial limb in Lampang, Thailand. Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, rests her leg before being fitted with a temporary prosthetic foot as Soraida Salwala (L), from Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation, stands nearby at the Thai Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, nearly 100 km (62 miles) southeast of the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai on August 28, 2005. Motala's front left foot was amputated after she stepped on a land mine in Myanmar six years earlier. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTRLQ7F
August 28, 2005
Soraida Salwala comforts Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, before she is fitted with an artificial...
Lampang, Thailand
Soraida Salwala comforts Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, before she is fitted with an ...
Soraida Salwala comforts Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, before she is fitted with an artificial limb in Lampang, Thailand. Soraida Salwala, from Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation, comforts Motala, a 44-year-old female elephant, before she is fitted with a temporary prosthetic foot in Lampang, nearly 100 km (62 miles) southeast of the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai on August 28, 2005. Motala's front left foot was amputated after she stepped on a land mine in Myanmar six years earlier. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV8
September 09, 2002
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler) during a demonstration of elephant...
Lampang, Thailand
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler) during a demonstration of eleph.....
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler) during a demonstration of elephant skills at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, Californian-born Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together another CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants at the centre, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV6
September 09, 2002
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of elephants at Thailand's Elephant...
Lampang, Thailand
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of elephants at Thailand's Elephant.....
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of elephants at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, longtime Thai resident Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring an ensemble of 11 elephants, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8, 2002.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV5
September 09, 2002
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated gong at Thailand's Elephant Conservation...
Lampang, Thailand
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated gong at Thailand's Elephant .....
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated gong at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, Californian-born resident conservationist Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8, 2002.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV4
September 09, 2002
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his trunk as part of an elephant orchestra...
Lampang, Thailand
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his trunk as part of an elephant .....
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his trunk as part of an elephant orchestra at Thailand's elephant conservation centre in Lampang, 600 km (372 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Phong, who was rescued from the streets of Bangkok, is now part of an 11-piece orchestra played entirely by elephants. The surreal music they create being put together on a new second compact disc, the brainchild of Californian-born resident conservationist Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier. Picture taken September 8.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV3
September 09, 2002
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted...
Lampang, Thailand
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducte.....
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair (R) at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, longtime Thai resident Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring the elephant ensemble, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV2
September 09, 2002
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a pachyderm orchestra at Thailand's...
Lampang, Thailand
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a pachyderm orchestra at Thaila.....
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a pachyderm orchestra at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, Californian-born resident conservationist Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8.
YEAREND
RTRDHNI
September 08, 2002
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his
trunk as part of an elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his
trunk as part of an elephant orchestra at Thailand's elephant
conservation centre in Lampang, 600 km (372 miles) north of Bangkok, on
September 8, 2002. Phong, who was rescued from the streets of Bangkok,
is now part of an 11-piece orchestra played entirely by elephants. The
surreal music they create being put together on a new second compact
disc, the brainchild of Californian-born resident conservationist
Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier. Picture taken
September 8. REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/JD
THAILAND
RTRA1JZ
September 08, 2002
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler)
during a demonstration of elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
AN ELEPHANT PLACES A HAT ON THE HEAD OF ITS HANDLER IN LAMPANG.
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler)
during a demonstration of elephant skills at Thailand's Elephant
Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on
September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc,
Californian-born Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting
together another CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants at
the centre, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok,
who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments.
Picture taken September 8. REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/JD
THAILAND
RTRA1JN
September 08, 2002
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of
elephants at Thailand's Elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
U.S. CONSERVATIONIST CONDUCTS ELEPHANT ORCHESTRA IN LAMPANG.
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of
elephants at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km
(373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the
success of their first compact disc, longtime Thai resident Lair and
compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD
featuring an ensemble of 11 elephants, some rescued from a brutal life
on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums
and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8, 2002. REUTERS/Jason
Reed

JIR/RCS
THAILAND
RTRA1JE
September 08, 2002
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated
gong at Thailand's Elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
ALL ELEPHANT ORCHESTRA PERFORMS IN LAMPANG.
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated
gong at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373
miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of
their first compact disc, Californian-born resident conservationist
Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together
a second CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants, some
rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play
everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken
September 8, 2002. REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/RCS
THAILAND
RTRA1J7
September 08, 2002
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece
pachyderm orchestra conducted...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
THAI ELEPHANT PLAYS XYLOPHONE IN PACHYDERM ORCHESTRA IN LAMPANG.
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece
pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair (R)
at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373
miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of
their first compact disc, longtime Thai resident Lair and compatriot
musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring the
elephant ensemble, who play everything from xylophones to drums and
wind instruments. Picture taken September 8. REUTERS/Jason Reed

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THAILAND
RTRA1IZ
September 08, 2002
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a
pachyderm orchestra at Thailand's...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
ELEPHANT DRAGS A SET OF DRUMS FROM A MUSIC STOREROOM IN LAMPANG.
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a
pachyderm orchestra at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in
Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok September 8, 2002. Buoyed
by the success of their first compact disc, Californian-born resident
conservationist Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are
putting together a second CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11
elephants, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok,
who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments.
Picture taken September 8. REUTERS/Jason Reed

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THAILAND
RTRA1DJ
September 08, 2002
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his
trunk as part of an elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
A THAI ELEPHANT PLAYS IN A PACHYDERM ORCHESTRA IN LAMPANG, NORTHERN
THAILAND.
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his
trunk as part of an elephant orchestra at Thailand's elephant
conservation centre in Lampang, 600 km (372 miles) north of Bangkok, on
September 8, 2002. Phong, who was rescued from the streets of Bangkok,
is now part of an 11-piece orchestra played entirely by elephants. The
surreal music they create being put together on a new second compact
disc, the brainchild of Californian-born resident conservationist
Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier. Picture taken
September 8. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Jason Reed

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ELEPHANTS
RTXK9NR
January 26, 2001
An elephant plays large, industrial-sized drums as part of an all-elephant orchestra at a conservation...
Lampang, Thailand
An elephant plays large, industrial-sized drums as part of an all-elephant orchestra at a conservati.....
An elephant plays large, industrial-sized drums as part of an all-elephant orchestra at a conservation park for the animals in Lampang, 600 kilometres north of Bangkok January 25, 2001. The conservation park, working to conserve the dwindling elephant population in Thailand, has already taught some elephants to play football and paint and now they can add music to their list of talents as they perform for tourists and students. A CD recording of their music was released in 2000 and is proving popular with foreign audiences.
ELEPHANTS
RTXK9NQ
January 26, 2001
American-born Richard Lair (L) waves a baton as he conducts an elephant orchestra at an elephant conservation...
Lampang, Thailand
American-born Richard Lair (L) waves a baton as he conducts an elephant orchestra at an elephant con.....
American-born Richard Lair (L) waves a baton as he conducts an elephant orchestra at an elephant conservation park in Lampang, 600 kilometres north of Bangkok January 25, 2001. Lair, who has been working to conserve the dwindling elephant population in Thailand, has worked with the pachyderms for 20 years and after teaching them to play football and paint, the elephants have now learnt to play music for tourists and students. A CD recording of their music was released in 2000 and is proving popular with foreign audiences.
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTRDI9V
January 25, 2001
An elephant plays large, industrial-sized drums as part of an all-elephant orchestra at a conservation...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
A THAI ELEPHANT PLAYS A DRUM IN LAMPANG NORTHERN THAILAND.
An elephant plays large, industrial-sized drums as part of an all-elephant orchestra at a conservation park for the animals in Lampang, 600 kilometres north of Bangkok January 25, 2001. The conservation park, working to conserve the dwindling elephant population in Thailand, has already taught some elephants to play football and paint and now they can add music to their list of talents as they perform for tourists and students. A CD recording of their music was released in 2000 and is proving popular with foreign audiences.

JIR/CP
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTRDI9M
January 25, 2001
American-born Richard Lair (L) waves a baton as he conducts an elephant orchestra at an elephant conservation...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
THAI ELEPHANTS PLAY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN LAMPANG.
American-born Richard Lair (L) waves a baton as he conducts an elephant orchestra at an elephant conservation park in Lampang, 600 kilometres north of Bangkok January 25, 2001. Lair, who has been working to conserve the dwindling elephant population in Thailand, has worked with the pachyderms for 20 years and after teaching them to play football and paint, the elephants have now learnt to play music for tourists and students. A CD recording of their music was released in 2000 and is proving popular with foreign audiences.

JIR/CP
THAILAND ELEPHANT
RTRQW6J
August 29, 1999
Motala, a 38-year-old elephant who stepped on a landmine in Myamar August 15, has her left foreleg operated...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
MOTALA THE ELEPHANT UNDERGOES SURGERY TO FIX LEG DAMAGED BY A LANDMINE.
Motala, a 38-year-old elephant who stepped on a landmine in Myamar August 15, has her left foreleg operated on by veterinarians at a makeshift surgery in the northern Thailand town of Lampang August 28. About 30 vets spents more than three hours removing infected tissue after she was hoisted onto an operating table with a crane. Motala will spend the next two weeks suspended on a steel structure to prevent her legs from touching the floor, during which her wounds will continue to be treated. Motala who weighs more than four tonnes received enough anesthetic to knock out 70 human beings.

JIR/PB
THAILAND
RTRLOAF
February 08, 1999
Residents and traditional Tuk Tuk taxis parade in the streets of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand during...
Lampang, Thailand
RESIDNETS AND TUK TUK TAXIS PARADE IN NORTHERN THAILAND.
Residents and traditional Tuk Tuk taxis parade in the streets of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand during the annual flower festival February 7. The flower festival is Chiang Mai's biggest attraction and attract hundreds of foreign visitors.

PDN/DL/JDP
THAILAND
RTRLOA8
February 08, 1999
Elephants eat a rich buffet loaded with fruits, as a reward for their performance, at the fifth annual...
Lampang, Thailand
ELEPHANTS EAT FRUITS DURING KHANTOK SHOW IN NORTHERN THAILAND.
Elephants eat a rich buffet loaded with fruits, as a reward for their performance, at the fifth annual Khantok festival in Lampang in northern Thailand February 6. Elephants still playing a major role in northern Thailand where they are used in the logging industry.

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