Tsunami coverup? With 150,000 now estimated dead in the Southeast Asian tsunamis and a swath of destruction that crosses three continents, it's time to ponder: did the Thai government bury warnings to protect the country's tourism industry?

Animal planet: Six elephants that appeared in the film Alexander have been brought in to clear debris from impassable tsunami-hit areas around the Thai island of Phuket and in Phang Nga province. "Like a four-wheel drive," the elephants can go where even all-wheel-drive trucks can't. Also, WiredNews wonders why so few animals were killed in the disaster, citing scientists who refer to animals' "sixth sense."

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