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February 15, 2013
Buddhist monk Dhamma Nanda, 58, shows a certificate as he reflects about an elephant destroying his old...
Kyar Chaung, Myanmar
Buddhist monk Dhamma Nanda shows a certificate as he reflects about an elephant destroying his old monastery,...
Buddhist monk Dhamma Nanda, 58, shows a certificate as he reflects about an elephant destroying his old monastery, in the Boddhi San monastery which was rebuilt after an elephant attack, in Kyar Chaung village, Taikkyi Township February 6, 2013. The monk, who survived several elephant attacks said, "I don't care anymore. I don't do anything wrong. I'm just meditating peacefully in this jungle. I just pray for the elephant and share my love on the animals." People in Kyar Chaung and surrounding villages some 60 miles (96.5 km) from Yangon live in constant fear of wild elephants after animals started attacking humans some 15 years ago. Every year, an average of seven people die from such attacks in the area, according to the government's forest department. Elephants come close to the villages because of lack of food in the forests where they usually live due to deforestation, villagers say. Picture taken February 6, 2013. REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS RELIGION)
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