Video .. a huge elephant inside the lobby of the hotel and the “incredible” losses

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The elephant bears a name "Nata Kuta", And is reported to be visiting a hotel "Jatong Yalla" On the south coast For Sri LankaAccording to the newspaper "subway" British.

The strange thing is that the elephant did not destroy any property in the hotel, except that it dropped a small column, but it did not appear to be broken.

The hotel where the video was filmed is located in an area where many wild animals live, and it was not surrounded by the fence, which allows these animals to pass into the hotel.

It was a hotel chain "Jatong Yalla" Several months ago, she released a video showing the elephant roaming around one of its hotels.

And she said "Although the elephant is a regular visitor to our hotels, it is still a wild villa.

It is exciting to encounter animals around us, she added. We ask visitors to conserve space with animals, not to feed them and to refrain from using "Flash" When photographed.

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A tweet posted on Twitter a video showing the elephant quietly wandering around the hotel.

The video, which was published two days ago, gained more than 6 million on the site.

The song called Yopoly wrote that the elephant was strolling around the hotel.

The elephant bears the name “Natta Kuta”, and is reported to be visiting the “Jatong Yalla Hotel” on the southern coast. For Sri LankaAccording to the British newspaper, “Metro”.

The strange thing is that the elephant did not destroy any property in the hotel, except that it dropped a small column, but it did not appear to be broken.

The hotel where the video was filmed is located in an area where many wild animals live, and it was not surrounded by the fence, which allows these animals to pass into the hotel.

The Jatong Yalla hotel chain released several months ago a video showing the elephant roaming around one of its hotels.

“Although the elephant is a regular visitor to our hotels, it is still a wild villa,” she said.

It is exciting to encounter animals around us, she added. We ask visitors to conserve space with animals, not to feed them, and to refrain from using “flash” when photographing them.



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