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A pair of wild elephants lock trunks as they stray close to Kolabari village in Naxalbari, some 50 kms from Siliguri, on June 4, 2014. Indian forest guards along with local villagers used firecrackers to scare away the wild elephants, following sighting of the herd which created unease among local villagers. Human-elephant conflicts are on the rise in India as villagers and farmers encroach on the natural habitats of pachyderms. AFP PHOTO/ Diptendu DUTTA        (Photo credit should read DIPTENDU DUTTA/AFP/Getty Images)
A pair of wild elephants lock trunks as they stray close to Kolabari village in Naxalbari, some 50 kms from Siliguri, on June 4, 2014. Indian forest guards along with local villagers used firecrackers to scare away the wild elephants, following sighting of the herd which created unease among local villagers. Human-elephant conflicts are on the rise in India as villagers and farmers encroach on the natural habitats of pachyderms. AFP PHOTO/ Diptendu DUTTA        (Photo credit should read DIPTENDU DUTTA/AFP/Getty Images)

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