Guiding a trapped giant elephant out from a canal
Sri Lanka has a massive network of canals which carry water through the main areas that help agricultural activities. As these Asian wild elephants that roam freely through the jungles towards human villages close to their habitats. Most of these, wild elephants are kept in national parks and conservation parks in order to keep them safe as they are endangered species. But those who roam freely get into trouble very often when they go out looking for new water sources etc.
This elephant is spotted swimming in the canal being confused about its way out while its water levels are extremely high. People have gathered around to assist this elephant. With the quick thinking of wildlife experts, they were able to bring a large rope to the location where they will require support form the crowd gathered as well. Since this giant was swimming towards the floodgates, everyone decided to use the rope to guide and force the elephant towards the stairs made to get out from the canal. Amazingly these kind and generous people did lend all their energy towards saving this elephant. Sri Lanka is well known for being a helpful country even when its a developing nation.
They were successful in their attempt. The elephant managed to climb out from the canal. Shortly when the elephant moves to the jungle, the wildlife officers do make their move to treat the wild Sri Lankan elephant with the wounds.
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