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The staff at Phalaborwa Copper Mine in South Africa became quick heroes when they rescued a baby elephant calf who was stuck in a well. Barcroft TV reports that the calf, named Amanzi, which means “water” in Zulu, fell into the trap and sadly, his herd left him behind.

Luckily, once the workers spotted the little one, they swooped in to help. After freeing Amanzi, they attempted to reintroduce him to nearby elephant herds, however, this was unsuccessful. Unable to leave this little one all alone, they called in an emergency rescue team to take Amanzi to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC) for rehabilitation.

When he arrived at HESC, the young elephant was severely dehydrated and in very bad shape. Dr. Rogers and Dr. Michelle Henly have worked tirelessly to rehabilitate the elephant calf. While Amanzi remains in critical care, the team is still hopeful: “Although Amanzi’s future is still unclear, we will do our utmost best to ensure his survival.”

You can help Amanzi recover by making a donation to HESC, here.



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15 comments on “Kind Workers Save Baby Elephant Trapped in Well and Help Him Get a New Sanctuary Home (VIDEO)”

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Christine Moffitt
2 Months Ago

Heroes all, thank you.


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PaulaKay Roberts Lindauer
2 Months Ago

He passed away today.


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Paola Pace
2 Months Ago

Si vede molto spaventato, poverino!


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Loren Winter
2 Months Ago

Thanks for saving him!


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Gaetano Bonaviri
2 Months Ago

Sadly, Amanzi passed away today https://www.facebook.com/ElephantsAlive.SouthAfrica/photos/a.156127271111164.35726.154748534582371/1182069735183574/?type=3&theater


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Shima Bhamra
2 Months Ago

❤️❤️❤️


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Ute Margarete Remus
2 Months Ago

HOW is this possible Is unbelievable...


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Susan Dense
2 Months Ago

Mama's no where to be found?


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Lhos Yvette
2 Months Ago

☹️ I wish they could have found her mama... But at least sweet face is safe...


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Joy Omahoy
2 Months Ago

Thank you rescuers


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