It's monsoon season in Kerala, also known as the best time for ayurvedic massages, and a privileged group of nearly 40 jumbos are in a for a treat. The annual month long rejuvenation therapy, specially held by the temple board for those elephants used by Thrissur's famous Guruvayur Temple has begun.
Udawalawe National Park is home to many of these baby elephants that are reintroduced to new elephant herds. Elephants have always been a national treasure to the island of Sri Lanka and its people. With a massive elephant population, this island is seeking all possible ways to safeguard Asian elephants as they are categorized as an endangered species.
Take a look at this cute video, with so many baby elephants moving into the queue to drink milk. They sure are intelligent and understand about the limits.
This baby elephant was found wandering alone and lost from its herd. Wildlife officers immediately brought this baby to one of their bases as a way to keep it safe. The officers have been looking for the herd for some time.This baby elephant is too adorable and is very forward towards these officers that care about it. The baby elephant was weak when it got here, but now, the baby is healthy and active. The baby elephant wants more and more milk and is seen chasing after the officers when they stop providing.
Many dog at the Elephant Nature Park who stay among the herd start to eat the food as elephant, they eat banana ,grass, pumpkin etc. Monday one of the dog also eat vegetarian as elephant, today she see elephant eat banana trunk. She wonder what is taste like, so she stand observe for a while . Have a look how she manage to steal from the herd.
The Mozambican government expects to import 7,000 wild animals from neighbouring countries into national parks and reserves by 2019, a source of the National Administration of Conservation Areas (ANAC) has told Lusa.
ANAC Acting Director of Conservation and Community Development Services Armindo Aramani said that the total number of wild animals moved from neighbouring countries since the repopulation of Mozambique’s parks and nature reserves began in 2001 will next year stand at about 15,000.