Watch | Wild baby elephant finds a new home in Assam

A video showing a wild baby elephant that was rescued from a water tank finding a new home in an Assam zoo

A wild male baby elephant was rescued  from a water tank in Assam's Narangi army camp. The elephant which was separated from its mother and herd now receives care from 'Madhabi', a female elephant at an Assam zoo. Assam is home to one of the largest number of wild elephants in India. Tejas Mariswamy, a zoo official, speaks on video about how the elephant was found and how 'Madhabi' adopted the baby elephant.

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Printable version | Jun 4, 2020 4:32:57 AM |

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