Properly, I will always remember this: Younger elephant is lifted to security after it tumbled down a 50ft nicely whereas being chased by canines in India
- An elephant was rescued in Panchapali in southern India’s Tamil Nadu yesterday
- Wildlife veterinarians saved the younger animal after a 16-hour battle
- They used a crane and winch to drag the animal out of a 50ft nicely within the village
An elephant that fell 50ft down a nicely after being chased by a pack of canines was hauled to security by a crane yesterday.
The younger animal fell down the nicely within the village of Panchapali in southern India’s Tamil Nadu.
It was rescued after a 16-hour battle by a staff of wildlife veterinarians.
Footage reveals the elephant being pulled out of the nicely to the cheers of enormous crowds who had gathered round.
An elephant that fell 50ft down a nicely after being chased by a pack of canines is hauled to security by a crane in the village of Panchapali in southern India’s Tamil Nadu yesterday
The elephant was rescued after a sixteen hour battle by a staff of wildlife veterinarians led by Dr Prakash
The veterinarians administer tranquilising darts to the elephant on the backside of the nicely earlier than attaching belts to drag the animal to the floor
Within the video, the animal is winched out whereas sedated after which regains consciousness on stable floor.
The veterinarians have been lowered into the deep nicely to manage tranquilising darts to the stricken animal.
It was then tied to a heavy-duty crane on the bottom utilizing rope-like belts and lifted to the floor.
The animal had been roaming round within the area with two different elephants for the previous few days.
Footage reveals the elephant being pulled out of the nicely to the cheers of enormous crowds who had gathered round
The elephant is winched out whereas sedated after which regains consciousness on stable floor
District Forest Officers S Prabhu from Krishnagiri and Rajkumar from Dharmapuri oversaw the rescue operation with over 50 different officers from the Forest Division, Fireplace Division and native police.
Two excavators, vehicles and cranes have been used to be able to pull out the animal safely from contained in the nicely.
Throughout its time stranded inside, coconut tree leaves have been dropped all the way down to feed it.
The elephant will probably be launched into the Hosur forest space.