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Coronavirus Puts Thailand's Elephants At Risk03:22
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Thailand's elephants are another victim of COVID-19. Some 2,500 work at parks, many in the north. As parks close and tourism tanks, elephants are being let go from their jobs performing tricks.

Where do the elephants and their handlers go? And how do the elephants eat? NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from Chiang Rai.

This segment aired on April 9, 2020.

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