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Furious elephant tramples parked motorcycle after get save by wildlife officers


Today we are going to show you how the wildlife department of Sri Lanka helped a stuck elephant get out of this ZD Canal. 

Water and food are the basic necessities of every human and animal in the world. There is no possibility of living a life without water. Humans have many ways to get water, but animals have no option to store it. Therefore, they have to walk to the water source whenever they feel the need to utilize water.

Elephants are quick learners. But, what makes them exceptionally smart creatures is their brain. Among all land animals, they have the largest brain. Not only this, but they also have three times as many neurons as humans. Although most of these neurons just exist to control the large and dexterous body of elephants, their intelligence and impressive mental capabilities are seen time and time again.

As you can see, these stairs-like structures are present here,  these elephants  take advantage of these stairs-like structures to get out. After 2 to 3 trials, one of these elephants successfully got out and ran its way to the jungle, whereas, the second one remained stuck in the canal. 

Failing in its attempts, the elephant walked angrily in the water whilst trying to make a way out but all in vain. This was the time when the wildlife team arrived to help the poor animal. They guided it towards the possible way out through fire cracker sounds. The elephant kept trying to hop over every stair-like structure it saw to get out of the ZD canal and at last, it succeeded.

But, the fact that it was quite frustrated due to the exhaustive process, it tried to harm the nearby humans. Luckily, the men ran away before the elephant could reach them. Later, it walked its way to the jungle where it could find its friends and family again.

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