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January 12, 2007
A scientific study conducted by an Asiatic elephant expert from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, has concluded that RCC walls should be built in certain areas and elephants be relocated to the Nagarahole
National Park in some other areas. Elephants in certain other areas in Kodagu should be scared away back to the forests.
Measures such as elephant proof trenches and solar fencing had failed, the Virajpet Deputy Conservator of Forests Mr. Kalappa said. RCC wall constructions were being taken up on an experimental basis in Mysore
and Chamrajanagar, he said.
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