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Elephant dies of ‘exhaustion’ of the transfer of the tourists to Sri Lanka

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A youngster by the name of Kanakota reportedly died of exhaustion recently after a three tour, tours in Sri Lanka. Right now, animal-welfare activists are rallying around an 18-year-old beast is “fully available” to pass through, as a call-to-action for policy change.

Last month, Kanakota, the elephant collapsed and died from exhaustion in the town of Sigiriya after the introduction of the three major tourist attractions and walking in the parade on the day before, reports the Metro.

A young male Asian elephant that had reportedly carried the visitors to a $30 tour for the past four years, and had been, apparently, enough, on Oct. 16. Wednesday, Kanakota reportedly stopped in his tracks during his third tour, and they had to move on. Guides, the elephant and the passenger out of the seat on the person, and as a Kanakota laid down and never woke up.

A picture of the Kanakota of the elephant, which reportedly died in the island of Sri Lanka, in the last month due to “exhaustion” from being overloaded.
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Heart-rending images of the captured scene, and is shocked locals gather around the young elephant, and after his death, that lead him to the blankets.

A picture of the Kanakota of the elephant, which reportedly died in the island of Sri Lanka, in the last month due to “exhaustion” from being overloaded.
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“This is a young elephant in a tragic and cruel death was to be avoided. For tourists refuse to drive away the elephants, and more of these gentle giants, and will continue to suffer and collapse from exhaustion,” Paul Healy, of the animal rights group’s Move with the Animals-told the Daily Mirror.

“Sri Lanka, activists and animal lovers have been working tirelessly campaign for the establishment of such a welfare piece of legislation that will, eventually, change the laws, and the animals will provide the protection that they so desperately need,” he said.

“We urge tourists on an elephant ride, and to call on the Sri Lankan government is to re-install with a new animal Welfare Bill that will ultimately protect the country from a variety of animals and wildlife,” Healy continued.

An investigation has been started in the hopes of determining Kanakota the exact cause of death, according to the outlet. Kanakota is said to have been worked out by the intense heat, and the performance by the tourists, which is a “painful” chair in his back before he died.

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In recent days, animal lovers have taken to social media to mourn the news of the youngster’s past.

“Breaks my heart,” a Twitter user said.

“These are beautiful, gentle creatures deserve so much better than that,” another agreed.

A petition called “justice for Kanakota. The Elephant, Which Was carried out on the Dead,” has received over 1,270 signatures as of Tuesday morning

According to the Metro, for Sri Lanka’s animal welfare laws have not been updated in more than a century, and those who are found guilty of animal cruelty crimes with a penalty of 100 rupees. Activists are urging officials to update policies with the passage of the Welfare Bill over the next three years.

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