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The calf is not injured Finally the team pull the baby to safetyManually trying to lift the elephant from the waterholeThey try to keep his head above water so they can get under his legs
The calf is not injured
photo taken on 2/15/2018


Finally the team pull the baby to safety
photo taken on 2/15/2018


Manually trying to lift the elephant from the waterhole
photo taken on 2/15/2018


They try to keep his head above water so they can get under his legs
photo taken on 2/15/2018


The team try to extract the baby from the steep sided waterholeThe team rush to the scene of a trapped elephantAttaching the collarFixing the collar for monitoring
The team try to extract the baby from the steep sided waterhole
photo taken on 2/15/2018


The team rush to the scene of a trapped elephant
photo taken on 2/15/2018


Attaching the collar
photo taken on 2/15/2018


Fixing the collar for monitoring
photo taken on 2/15/2018


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