Hungry elephant crashes into family kitchen and searches for a midnight snack

Amazing shots show an elephant sticking its trunk in the kitchen of a house in Thailand in the middle of the night – and searching the cupboards for food

Incredible footage shows an elephant sticking its trunk into a villager’s kitchen in search of food.

A video shows the massive elephant crashing into the woman’s house in Thailand in the middle of the night.

While it has baffled people all over the world, it has become a common sight for the people of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Thailand.

The amazing footage from the incident on Saturday shows the raging animal sticking its head through a hole in the wall – caused by another elephant in a similar incident in May.

According to CNN, the house belonged to Ratchadawan Puengprasoppon, who told the point of sale that she and her husband were sleeping when they woke up to a noise from the kitchen.

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Incredible footage shows a young and hungry elephant falling into a house in Thailand after smelling food
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“So we ran downstairs and saw this elephant stick its head in our kitchen where the wall was broken,” she said.

“I’ve seen elephants roam our town for food since I was little,” said Ratchadawan. “But this is the first time they’ve actually damaged my house.”

The elephant can use its trunk to look for food in cupboards.

Whichever point it knocks over a couple of plates before picking up a plastic bag and putting it in its mouth.

The elephant uses its trunk to search the cupboards in search of food
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The elephant stuck its head through a hole made by another elephant last month
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According to the Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, the elephant broke in when it smelled food.

A Facebook post stated: “Elephants are herbivores and therefore need minerals from salty foods, which are essential for their bodies.

“They would try to find minerals and we trained the local residents.”

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