When an elephant became caught in a pond, it was in need of assistance.
Four elephants fell into the pond, which quickly prompted concerned observers to contact wildlife authorities. However, just one elephant remained in the pond and was attempting to escape when the authorities arrived.
A rescuer destroys a pond’s wall to aid a wild elephant’s escape. Fortunately, one of the authorities came up with the idea to crack a portion of the wall and allow some water escape.
It appeared to be exactly what the creature required to rescue itself.
The elephant continued turning to face us as it emerged from the vehicle, as though it were thanking us for saving it.
It stared at them for two minutes straight before finally turning and returning to its environment. Only 300 Asian elephants survive in the wild today, and all of this took place in China. Due to the vulnerable status of Asian elephants, this rescue was crucial.