How do you get rid of a 2000lb bomb that's stuck in a south east Asian village too remote for vehicles to reach?
Rope in an elephant to do the heavy lifting, of course.
The bomb pictured above was found in the village of Phanop in Laos a few days ago by a team from MAG.
The roads were too narrow to drive through, so the MAG workers recruited Bounmar the elephant to drag the device out of the village and across a river, where it could be dealt with safely.
Ten other bombs were found by MAG teams in and around Phanop within a week.
(Thanks to Sean Sutton for the pictures.)