ENP

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ENPÉcole Nationale de Police (French: National Police School)
ENPEscuela Nacional Preparatoria (Spanish: National Preparatory School)
ENPElephant Nature Park (Thailand)
ENPEuropean Neighbourhood Policy
ENPEspacios Naturales Protegidos (Spanish: Protected Areas Management)
ENPÉcole Nationale de Procédure (French: National School of Procedure)
ENPEvent Notification Program
ENPEnable Presentation
ENPEverglades National Park
ENPElderly Nutrition Program (various locations)
ENPÉcole des Neurosciences Paris Île-De-France (French neuroscience school)
ENPElectroneurophysiology
ENPEmergency Nurse Practitioner
ENPEmergency Number Professional (NENA)
ENPElectroless Nickel Plating
ENPEl Niño Phenomenon (climate)
ENPEnterprising Non-Profits
ENPEntreprise Nouvelle de Peinture (French: New Paint Company)
ENPendotoxin-neutralizing protein
ENPEmbedded NPrinter (Novell NetWare)
ENPÉcole Nationale de Perfectionnement (French: National School of Development)
ENPepicardiac nerve plexus
ENPExecutive Next Practices (business program)
ENPExpected Net Profit
ENPExtended Negotiation Procedure
ENPElectronic News Processing
ENPEuropean National Party
ENPElastomeric Nano Particle
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Kham Lha, the 5-year-old elephant, was seen rushing through tenacious river currents to save her Canadian trainer Darrick Thomson, 42, at the Elephant Nature Park in Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
VETERINARIAN DREAM: 16-year-old Jaidyn Zong of Springfield has reaffirmed her occupational ambitions after spending two weeks working at an elephant nature park and a dog shelter in Thailand.
Family flowers only please, donations if desired, may be made to Marie Curie (mariecurie@org.co.uk.or Elephant Nature Park (elephantnaturepark.
The ENP (Elephant Nature Park) Dogs was set up in 2011, initially to help some of the canines who were caught up in the terrible Bangkok floods.
The researchers observed 26 elephants of different ages at the Elephant Nature Park in the Mae Tang district of Chiang Main Province, Thailand.
It was the chance of a lifetime for 27-year-old Laura who took up two extra part-time jobs to work at the Elephant Nature Park, in Chang Mai, northern Thailand.
More than a decade ago, Khun Lek ("Little Madame") founded the Elephant Nature Park [29 Charoenpratet Road, Sol 6, Chiang Mai, 5011, Thailand], where more than 40 pachyderms now roam in safety as they recover from injuries sustained during work as beasts of burden in the logging industry.