A herd of 15 strayed from a nature reserve in southwest China and they've now reached the outskirts of the major city of Kunming. Its being called the longest-distance migration of wild elephants ever recorded in China. Authorities are in a flurry trying to keep them away from populated areas. Wildlife experts are stumped as to where they are headed, and why.
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