No matter where you live, there's like some type of animal that your neighbors largely consider a nuisance.
While mice and bugs are pretty common choices that encompass a lot of the world, some areas tend to feature some more specific problem encounters. An alligator isn't likely to end up in your backyard if you live in Minnesota, but it could be a different story if you live in Florida.
And while Australia is known for a wide variety of terrifying spiders and snakes, you might actually be more likely to hear a resident there complain about cane toads than either of them.
By a similar token, we (rightly) tend to regard elephants as majestic and beautiful animals. But as we're about to see, they're also at the epicenter of a common and frustrating problem in Thailand.