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Assam: Elephant Calf Rescued from Well in South Kamrup

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Guwahati, May 15: With the help of locals, Forest officials took timely action to rescue a wild elephant calf from a well in Karekura village under Chhaygaon Revenue Circle in the Kamrup district of Assam. The area is located near the Assam-Meghalaya border.

According to reports, the incident occurred last night when a herd of wild elephants was roaming in the area, and one of the calves accidentally fell into a well situated near a local residence.

Upon discovering the situation, Villagers immediately informed the forest department. Dipan Deka, the forest officer of Kulsi Forest Range, along with several forest personnel, arrived at the scene.


With the villagers’ cooperation, they were able to rescue the elephant calf unharmed from the well. Two excavators were used to make a passage towards the well and safely rescue the baby elephant.

The rescued elephant calf was then safely sent back into the forest and reunited with its herd.

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