Eleven Asian elephants saved from death in mud hole by grabbing ropes and cooperating with humans

(Natural News) Eleven Asian elephants submerged in a mud pit for three days inside a wildlife reserve in Cambodia were rescued after a major group effort. The rescue of these animals prevented a tragedy for wildlife conservation. Tan Setha, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)’s technical adviser for the area said, “These elephants represent an important part…

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