We are back with yet another interesting video and this time we will show you a rare elephant scene. As you can see, this wild elephant is stuck into a deep well and these people are trying to save its life.
Animals do have senses but not as well-developed as human beings. That’s why many of the animals can be easily fooled and some cannot sense the danger around them. In Sri Lanka Polonnaruwa, this elephant is stuck in a well and cannot find its way back. It might come here wandering and could not see this well in his way and fell off.
The people nearby spotted the sound of elephant and informed the rescue teams so that they can effectively relocate it to a safe place. The people residing nearby have been trying to show it the right path to get out of the well but, of course, they have been failing because it’s not that easy for an elephant to jump out of the well.
It has been showering water on its body for some time but, as soon as it realized that it’s stuck, it started to panic and the stress and trauma it is going through are clearly evident through its expressions. The rescue team is digging a path for it to move out but the efforts are still going in vain.
Elephants are giant animals. They cannot move as easily as other animals. With their heavy bodies, they are more likely to be stuck in situations like this. What’s more puzzling is that they cannot be rescued as easily as other animals. They need special rules of conduct and heavy machinery to be rescued and carried safely.
The rescue team approached the elephant and provided first aid to its wounds and paved a way for it through a crane to help it get out of the well. With proper strategy and timely moves, the team finally managed to rescue the animal. Eventually, they carried the elephant properly restrained in a truck and moved it to a safe place. At these animal rescue sanctuaries, the rescue teams provide first aid, nutrition, and medicines to heal the wounds of animals and help them get out of the trauma.
In the situations where animals are stuck in places where they cannot walk away, the animal rescue teams work as life-saving blessings for such animals. These teams rescue stuck, injured, orphaned, or lost animals and return them to the wild after providing them the most appropriate nutrition, medicines, as well as rehabilitation.
In the context of extinction, every animal has equal importance, and saving individual animals can help save the entire species. Not only the rescue teams, but it is also the core responsibility of every human being to save the lives of every individual with whom they share the earth including wildlife animals.