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Elephant casts vote for election in Thailand

2011-06-21 07:14:53 GMT2011-06-21 15:14:53(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

An elephant and students display posters during a promotional event for the general election in Auytthaya province, 70 km (44 miles) north of Bangkok June 21, 2011. Thais will go to the polls on July 3 for a general election.[Photo/Agencies] [Photo/Agencies]

An elephant casts its vote in a ballot box during a promotional event for the general election in Auytthaya province, 70 km (44 miles) north of Bangkok June 21, 2011. Thais will go to the polls on July 3 for a general election.[Photo/Agencies]

An elephant casts its vote in a ballot box during a promotional event for the general election in Auytthaya province, 70 km (44 miles) north of Bangkok June 21, 2011. Thais will go to the polls on July 3 for a general election.[Photo/Agencies]

An elephant fills a sample ballot at a polling booth during a promotional event for the general election in Auytthaya province, 70 km (44 miles) north of Bangkok June 21, 2011. Thais will go to the polls on July 3 for a general election.[Photo/Agencies]

An elephant distributes a pamphlet to a Thai woman during a promotional event for the general election in Auytthaya province, 70 km (44 miles) north of Bangkok June 21, 2011. Thais will go to the polls on July 3 for a general election.[Photo/Agencies]

An elephant cast its vote in a ballot box during a promotional event for the general election in Auytthaya province, 70 km (44 miles) north of Bangkok June 21, 2011. Thais will go to the polls on July 3 for a general election.

(Agencies)

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