This is how yesterday female elephant from Dharmapuri, TN was rescued. Which fell in open well. After hours of operation, which included supplying food also, the elephant is rescued by forest team. It was a 50 feet deep well. And credits to the elephant also for her will. @ANI
Open wells & ditches in elephant migratory routes are huge problems for these animals. Since they are long ranging creatures, migrate to long distances for food & water.

Least we can do is cover such wells or keep safety wall. Imagine it was a 50 feet deep well.
It took a complete day for the forest staff to rescue the female elephant from 50 feet deep well. Every such rescue is a unique case where strategy is adopted based on circumstances.

Kudos to all involved in this one.
It was 15 hour long rescue. Here at a glance. From planning, getting down, crowd management, keeping elephant alive & hydrated and then finally bringing her out safely. Elephant needs appreciation as well for cooperating. 🙏🏻🙏🏻

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