Thailand: Vets Perform CPR On Mother Elephant As She Faints Protecting Baby Calf.

Rescue team perform CPR on mother elephant after she faints protecting trapped calf

Photo – Independent – London.

Two veterinarians performed CPR on a large mother elephant who fainted during the rescue of her trapped calf in Thailand.

By standing on the elephant’s chest, the vets used their weight to put pressure on the jumbo to wake her up.

The mother was protecting her one-year-old calf after it had fallen into a drain hole but became trapped during a panic when rescuers arrived to help.

After lifting her body out of the drain, doctors frantically massaged her with their hands and their feet to help her regain consciousness.

Both were later returned to the wild.

Watch the amazing rescue video here:

Rescue team perform CPR on mother elephant after she faints protecting trapped calf (msn.com)

Regards Mark

2 thoughts on “Thailand: Vets Perform CPR On Mother Elephant As She Faints Protecting Baby Calf.”

  1. How wonderful is this!!! Volunteers are the backbone of Conservation.

    Thank you to all the Volunteers around the world 🙏🙏🙏❤️

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