Moment elephant is pulled from deep well in 14-hour rescue objective

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    Massive elephant rescued by crane from a well in india Pics: SWNS

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    More than 50 individuals collaborated to save an elephant in a 14-hour objective after it plunged down a deep well.

    The elephant had actually strolled into the town of Dharmapuri, in India’s southern state of Tamil Nadu, when it fell under the hole.

    The well did not have a barrier and had actually been covered by bushes. It was believed to be around 50feet deep.

    Parveen Kaswan, from the Indian Forest Service, tweeted: ‘This is how the other day female elephant from Dharmapuri, TN was saved, which fell in open well.

    ‘After hours of operation, that included providing food likewise, the elephant is saved by forest group.

    ‘It was a 50 feet deep well. And credits to the elephant also for her will.’

    Locals from the town notified authorities about the caught animal early on Thursday.

    They apparently dropped banana leaves down the well for the elephant to consume while rescuers worked throughout the night.

    Around 50 individuals collaborated to carry the elephant out of the well in India (Picture: SWNS)

    Massive elephant rescued by crane from a well in india Pics: SWNS

    The well, believed to be around 50feet deep, did not have a barrier and had actually been covered by bushes (Picture: SWNS)

    Massive elephant rescued by crane from a well in india Pics: SWNS

    Thankfully the elephant left its experience unhurt and well (Picture: SWNS)

    A crane was generated to recover the elephant, with video footage revealing the animal strapped in by belts and hanging upside down while it was being carried to security.

    The elephant was kept track of for 3 hours after the rescue, and it was later on considered to be unhurt and well.

    Two other elephants have actually dropped wells in the location in the previous year, according to Reuters.

    Parveen included: ‘Open wells and ditches in elephant migratory paths are substantial issues for these animals.

    ‘Since they are long varying animals, move to cross countries for food and water.

    ‘Least we can do is cover such wells or keep safety wall.’

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