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SSB Men Rescue Elephant Calf from Strong River Currents, Social Media Users Can’t Thank Them Enough!

In a heart-warming video shared on Twitter by senior IFS officer Susanta Nanda, a baby elephant is seen being rescued safely from a swelling river along the Assam-Arunachal border
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Senior IFS officer Susanta Nanda has shared a video of a three-four month old baby elephant being rescued by SSB personnel. The little calf was found in a swelling river along the Assam-Arunachal border. It was lost amidst the swirling waters trying to keep itself steady when the SSB men found it.

These men then went down into the swift river and helped the calf to walk back to the bank safely, all the while holding and steadying it from the force of the strong currents. In the video, 5 men are seen gently nudging and pushing the calf towards land.

After rescuing it, the calf was handed over to the forest department. Thankfully, it is in a healthy condition.

While sharing the rescue video on Twitter, Mr. Nanda also sent “salutations to these real life heroes.”

A truly inspiring story of humans rescuing animals in distress because of the heavy rains, swelling rivers, and the resultant floods. Now, social media users are hoping that the little calf is united with its mother soon.


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