Chang means an Elephant in Thai

Chang means an elephant in Thai
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Chang means an Elephant in Thai
ช้าง

Chang means an Elephant in Thai

The elephant has been a contributor to Thai society and its icon for many centuries. The elephant has had a considerable impact on Thai culture The Thai elephant is the official national animal of Thailand. In Thailand, people call ‘Chang’ which means an elephant in Thai (Thai: ช้าง, Chang)

Thai elephants are different

Thai elephants have slight differences from other elephants of that sub-species. They are smaller, have shorter front legs, and a thicker body than their Indian counterparts.
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