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A lost Baby Elephant, taken to a safer place to find its parents. Baby Elephant meets kind Humans


This baby elephant was spotted by a group of farmers in a remote part of the island when they were out on a morning. This baby elephant has moved and roamed a long way from the original herd or its mother and has been exhausted and troubled. Initially, this baby elephant was making loud noises to see fellow elephants and to eat something again in peace.

The starving baby elephant was quickly helped by the villagers and was fed with vegetables and fruits they had. This was when the informed wildlife officers from the Department of Wildlife conservation in Sri Lanka arrived at the scene to address the issue. Their goal here is to take this elephant to a safer location and find the herd this baby elephant belongs to. It is not an easy task as there are thousands of free-roaming elephants within conserved and wildlife zones in Sri Lanka.

If they fail to finthe herd this baby belongs to, they will introduce this baby elephant to a new herd only when it has grown enough to join a new herd.

These young elephants must first learn to survive the harsh realities in the jungle alone without others. There are many elephant sanctuaries made for such young and lost in the island that is open for the public to visit and support this cause of taking care of them.

This baby elephant will remain with these officers in their temporary quarters for now till its parents are found. This baby elephant seems to be sad, but the new human companions will sure change the mood after few hours when the baby starts getting all the milk and food with the massages. These officers are committed to giving affection and total protection to these young and humble beings.

We humbly invite you to join us with a journey full of love and help to our treasured wild elephants in the paradise island of Sri Lanka.

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