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Baby Elephant Rescued

Ace October 19, 2012 0
Baby Elephant Rescued

Baby Elephant Rescued

Watch this beautiful video of a Baby elephant being rescued from muddy hole at a National Park in Kenya. Try to hold back those tears because this video will most definitely steal your heart.

Baby Elephant Rescued Video

A baby Elephant was stuck in a well at the Amboseli National Park in Kenya so local workers and a scientist stepped into rescue her. It was not a tough thing to do as the babies mother was frantic and scared for her babies life. Which is something totally understandable coming from a mother. The video that captured it all has hit hearts all across the world.

It was just another typical day in Amboseli National Park in Kenya when a team of elephant conservationists from the Amboseli Trust for Elephants received a call about a baby stuck in a five foot hole. They say the whole was dug by Masai tribesmen but regardless the team raced to the site of the accident to see what they could do to help.

When the team arrived they were thankful that the baby was fine however the had to push the worried mother away  which was a task on its own. They than had to help get the eight month old baby calf to climb out of the hole and return to its mother. The team had to slide a rope under the rear end of the baby calf and use leverage from their vehicle to lift it out. The task was far from easy as the hole was deep, the calf was scared, nervous and the mother thought the rescuers were a threat.

Luckily their was a happy ending to the madness and once they got the baby elephant out the whole it was a heart felt finish as the calf is caught on video sprinting to its mother’s side.

 

Baby Elephant Rescued

Baby Elephant Rescued

Baby Elephant Rescued

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