A Poor Baby Elephant Needs Some Help To Get Out Of A Well
Mar 14, 2015
A team of research assistants and scientists are sent out in the field for a minimum of six days each week. There, they keep track of the elephant family units, group sizes, behaviors, and more. This data allows them to find the best strategies for future conservation efforts.
In this heartwarming rescue, team members work quickly to free a baby elephant who got stuck in a well.
The Amboseli Trust for Elephants is an organization dedicated to the welfare and conservation of elephants in Africa through outreach, research and advocacy. Their goal is to help the world learn as much as possible about these magnificent animals and help them survive for future generations to enjoy.