Elephants at Amer Fort (also known as Amber Fort) in Rajasthan, India, are often controlled with bull hooks which cause wounds and scarring.
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Elephants at Amer Fort (also known as Amber Fort) in Rajasthan, India, are often controlled with bullhooks which cause wounds and scarring. They carry heavy seats for tourists to sit on, which aggravates injuries and causes them severe muscle strain.
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