Wednesday 11 July 2018

A Tribute to the Thai Cave Rescuers

The good news is spreading that all twelve members of the Wild Boars soccer team and their coach have been rescued from a flooded cave in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
Bangkok sisters Aruni Aunhawarakorn and Jantima Manasviyoungkul have been working on an illustration of the many people and entities involved in the rescue operation. They've updated their work several times, and above is the latest version. See the image full-size at Facebook. The 12 soccer players and their coach are represented by boars. Notice the last one out of the cave is larger than the others -that's the coach. The other animals are representative of:

White Elephant - Former Chiang Rai governor Narongsak Osatanakorn

White Horse - The royal family and various Thai government agencies

Red Cross Horse - Medical team and nurses

Seals - Navy SEALs

Frogs - Other divers

Duck - The geography team

Blue Lion - British rescue team

Black Yellow and Red Lion - Belgian rescue team

Red White and Blue Lion - Netherlands rescue team

Kangaroo - Australian rescue team

Panda - Chinese team

Crane - Japanese rescue team

Moose - Swedish rescue team

Tiger - Myanmar rescue team

Brown Elephant - Laos rescue team

Eagle - American rescue team

Bear - Finnish rescue team

Rooster - French rescue team

Hawk - Rescue teams from the Philippines, Germany, and the Czech Republic

Beaver - Canadian rescue team

Swan - Danish rescue team

Cobra - Israeli rescue team

Iron Man - Elon Musk

Dog - K9 teams

Swallows - A team of climbers from Libong, Thailand

Dragon - Water pumping and drilling teams

Pig - Local farmers

Birds - Reporters

One Crow - Problems and those who would sow discord

Notice one of the seals has a halo and wings. That represents former Thai Navy SEAL Saman Gunan, who died in the rescue effort. Read more about this illustration at Buzzfeed. 

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