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Trapped Baby Elephant Struggles to Escape Ditch

This baby elephant fell into a small ditch meant for garbage disposal in Kerala. Watch as rescuers tried to help the little one as it cried out in pain...

27/09/2020 4:27 PM
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  • Manjit K.
    10/10/2020 14:30

    He could have been treated for injury and then released

  • Jisha V.
    03/10/2020 16:42

    Why no treatment for his broken leg 😭😭😭😭😢😢😢😢?????? Ohhhh God....

  • Manju B.
    03/10/2020 11:05

    He was so in pain but they didn't call even doc to check weather it is fine or nt

  • Praveena B.
    03/10/2020 05:41

    Please close these ditches first..why are they left open like this when there are animals moving around...poor innocent babies keep falling and hurt themselves..

  • Arundhati S.
    02/10/2020 17:55

    poor baby. has swollen left hind knee. he probably could have been given medicine,,, but i’m not sure which medicine would not be harmful to the elephant baby. Probably some plant based ayurvedic? Whole lot of Tulasi and haldi?

  • Priyank T.
    01/10/2020 08:48

    Forest department is stupid or what? Treat it's leg before letting it join herd back

  • Arnab K.
    01/10/2020 02:14

    Please do treatment on his leg ...it is first priority

  • Jaideep P.
    29/09/2020 01:42

    Hope he gets well; a vet Cd hv given him a pain killer n dressed the wound b4 letting it back in the forest! Hats off to the kind ppl of gods own country!

  • Sachin G.
    28/09/2020 16:23

    The calfs injured leg needs to be treated. Why was it left in the forest?

  • Ranjan D.
    28/09/2020 13:54

    Isn't there a hospital to take of these hurt elephants...it is obvious that baby elephant must have fractured it's hind limb and was in pain...let alone it finding and joining it's herd... Very sweet and large hearted of the villagers of this village helping the little one though

  • Pratima B.
    28/09/2020 07:40

    Thank you very much for the help. But it's leg needed help. Could have given medicine before leaving as the forest Dept. Was also present.

  • Sadashivan N.
    28/09/2020 01:05

    Why should such incidents happens in GOD,S OWN COUNTRY?

  • Rishi G.
    27/09/2020 18:02

    Why did the forest rangers allowed it to go back to forest before treating it for its injury ?

  • Anupa S.
    27/09/2020 17:45

    This is just a cover up story of how elephants are being cared for in Kerala. Nobody has forgotten the brutal murder of pregnant elephant by feeding her with pineapple stuffed with crackers by same people.

  • Ravi R.
    27/09/2020 17:42

    I hope the calf’s leg was treated first. Looks like it broke its hind leg from the fall 😢

  • Souram K.
    27/09/2020 17:31

    These same folks of God's own country chastised the pregnant pachyderm a few months back. May the God be not merciful for the macabre deed they did

  • Ashish M.
    27/09/2020 17:09

    Treatment of his leg was the first priority for the forest department instead of sending him to the heard.

  • Brut India
    25/09/2020 10:53

    Indian elephants are all set to get "Aadhar Cards" too! https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/dehradun/aadhaar-card-for-jumbos-genetic-mapping-of-over-2700-captive-elephants-to-be-done-across-country-to-keep-them-safe/articleshow/78209084.cms

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