A team of veterinarians, national park staff and volunteers successfully rescuing a baby elephant that fell into a manhole and its mother elephant on July 13, 2022, in central Thailand. According to park officials, a one-year-old calf fell into a drain hole while the mother was guarding it without leaving its side. The rescue team used anesthetic shots to subdue the frantic mother elephant, resulting in her falling partially into the hole. That allowed the baby elephant, however, to suckle from its mother. The calf later climbed out of the hole and clung to its mother until she regained consciousness, and both were able to return to the wild.
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