Thailand Baan Ta Klang Mahout Leading Young Elephant ストックフォト sb10067666c-001ゾウ,ゾウの鼻,2003年,タイ王国,一人,一匹,人の腕,人物,人間の身体各部,働く動物,動物,動物の子供,動物の身体各部,動物の頭,動物関連,協力,哺乳類,大人,大人のみ,子象,屋外,手に持つ,提携,昼間,横からの視点,横長,毛,男性,男性一人,自然,衛生,象使い,部分Photographer Palani MohanCollection: The Image Bank December, 2003. A young Thai mahout leads his elephant after its daily bath December 2003 in Baan Ta Klang, Thailand. There are now less than 50,000 Asian elephants, both living in the wild and in captivity; a tiny number compared to their 600,000-strong African cousins. Some of the region's elephants still labour in jungle logging camps, alongside mahouts whose craft has been handed down through the generations. But with most nations having banned timber-felling, thousands of other beasts and their handlers have had to find another way to earn their living.