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Baby elephant escaped the 30-foot-deep well after rescuers excavated corridor

This is the incredible moment when a baby elephant is rescued after falling into a 30-foot well in India.

A shot was taken in Jharkhand, eastern India, yesterday showed rescuers used an excavator to dig a corridor to help the scared calf escape after it fell into a well on Sunday night.

When the baby climbed out of the well and reached the top of the path, he ran away from rescuers.

This is a staggering moment when a baby elephant falls into a 30-foot well in Jharkhand, eastern India, on Sunday night, trying to climb out after rescuers dug a corridor for it.
Once he reaches the top of the man-made path, the baby takes off and runs away from his rescuers
The video shows a confused elephant nearly fully submerged in the brown murky water waiting patiently to be rescued

Video footage of a confused elephant almost wholly submerged in dark brown water patiently waiting to be rescued.

Excavators managed to break the wall of a well and into the stream where the baby elephant was waiting.

As the last digger withdrew, the frightened calf could be seen pulling himself out of the water and onto a muddy and hastily constructed path.

Then the baby paused for a moment, throwing the ground with her trunk into the air for an apparent celebration before continuing to climb.

Rescuers used the excavator to dig a corridor to help the scared calf escape after it fell into a well on Sunday night.
The excavator tried to break the wall of the well, where the baby elephant was patiently rescued.

The calf’s legs appear weak in the video, and it struggles to pull itself up on the slippery road.

However, when it reached the top, the baby took off and ran away from the rescuers.

The calf is part of a herd of 22 elephants living in the Sariya area of ​​Giridih district.

Forestry Department officials are currently swinging the calves toward the herd to reunite with the pack.

The calf’s legs appear weak in the video, and it struggles to pull itself up on the slippery road.
The elephant fell into a 30-foot well on Sunday night and was finally rescued yesterday.

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