Injured Elephant Humanity doing it’s very best to save an Elephant as if it were one of them
The elephants was found injured laying on its side in a lot of pains. The wildlife team was at the scene. The wildlife vets were trying to help him. They made a shade over the elephant, with a piece of clothing tied to a tree. A train passing by slightly touched the elephant while it was walking near the railway line and got injured when found.
They conducted a checkup on him; examined its ears, trunk, and legs. The elephant was writhing in pains and was struggled against their touch. His forelegs were shown soiled with muddy water, against which he splashed as the vets continue to examine it. He was clearly weak, as he tried to keep his eyes open and focused.
The vets began to make preparations to give him some medical attention. One member of the team poured water and another wiped it off and cleaned the head. They then vaccinated the elephant to reduce the risk of him getting infected.
They proceeded to tie his legs together in order to make it possible to turn him around. About five of them struggled to get this done. They successfully turned him, with the elephant grunting in pain. They then washed off his head and gave him a saline solution; in order to hasten the healing process.
The elephant did not struggle so much as they administered the medicine, and it was a much easier task.
The medicine reduced the pains. At the end of the video, the wildlife team struggled around the elephant, leaving the medicine to have its effect on the elephant, and watching the progress of his recovery.
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