Stuck: Thankfully dozens of passengers stopped to lend a hand as he became submerged in mud

Baby Elephant Rescued From a Muddy Ditch

This is the moment a baby elephant tumbled into a ditch as it tried to keep up with its herd. While the rest fled, this little animal slumped down a small hill under a railway track in Assam, India. Thankfully, the train came to a halt and dozens of passengers leaped out to help pull him to safety.

This is the moment a baby elephant tumbled into a ditch as it tried to keep up with its herd. While the rest fled, this little animal slumped down a small hill under a railway track in Assam, India. Thankfully, the train came to a halt and dozens of passengers leaped out to help pull him to safety.

Stuck: Thankfully dozens of passengers stopped to lend a hand as he became submerged in mud

Stuck: Thankfully dozens of passengers stopped to lend a hand as he became submerged in mud

Stuck: Thankfully dozens of passengers stopped to lend a hand as he became submerged in mud Stuck: Thankfully dozens of passengers stopped to lend a hand as he became submerged in mud

A forest official arrived to help him out of the ditch in Assam, India, as people handed bits of food to the baby

A forest official arrived to help him out of the ditch in Assam, India, as people handed bits of food to the baby

Adorable: People sat on the side of the ditch to make sure the little one gets out safely

Adorable: People sat on the side of the ditch to make sure the little one gets out safely

Terrified: The animal appeared scared at the predicament it faced but fortunately the situation was happily resolved

Baby elephant gets stuck in a muddy ditch and has to be pulled out by Indian villagers

Now, if you’re wondering where the photo of the Elephant actually out of the hole and safe is…well, so are we. Bizarrely, there isn’t one! However, we have been assured that the little one was most definitely saved!

Source: Daily Mail

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