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November 15, 2019
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Elephants that serve as a tourist attraction and give rides at Cambodia's famed Angkor temple complex will be moved to a new home in a suitable jungle area, an official said Thursday.
Apsara Authority, the government agency that oversees the Angkor archaeological site, said it is important for the animals to be able to live in their natural habitat, and there are other ways to provide attractions and rides for tourists.
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