A small mound of dirt is something worth fighting for, if you’re an elephant lucky enough to be living in a protected reserve.

Sick of being constantly pushed of the hill, Faa Mai plotted her revenge. And, in the form of a fart, directed onto Kabu’s head, she got it.

Thailand’s Chiang Mai Elephant Nature Park is home to more than 35 elephants.

Faa Mai the elephant is officially queen on the mountain.

Faa Mai the elephant is officially queen on the mountain.

It provides a sanctuary for dozens of distressed elephants from all over Thailand.

 

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