A giant elephant gets a pass to a safer jungle part 2
This is the part 2 following the previous post about the footage on this elephant relocation mission.
Catching up, previously…
This is a situation where you get to witness how wildlife authorities handle such giants towards taking them away to a safer habitat that isn’t threatened by habitat loss or other predators that pose threats to elephant lives.
In this video, you will see how wildlife authorities cam to handle this giant. They had to sedate this giant first and tie its legs so they can pull the giant showing it the path towards the transport.
The wildlife officers are having a hard time controlling and pulling him back to the transport vehicle close by. The elephant is not comfortable with the situation even though that this is a necessary step to tie the elephant in order to restrict its movements. These giants are very dangerous if they become enraged for any reason, so they have to use caution.
Villagers are here to support the people involved in this as some children are seen experiencing this rare situation. It took them a very long while, but they managed to load the transport with the wild elephant in the end. A long little journey awaits for this giant to find a new home and this elephant will be free from other predators during its lifetime.
Watch the full video here