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Baby elephant and mother rescued from drain hole in dramatic video at Thai national park

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Park authorities and veterinarians in Thailand pulled off a heroic rescue after a baby elephant and its mother got stuck in a drainage hole in Khao Yai National Park on Wednesday.

The rescue involved a boom lift, a digger and the resuscitation of the sedated and distressed mother elephant after her one-year-old calf fell to the bottom of a roadside drain on the outskirts of the Royals Hills golf course in Nakhon Nayok province.

Three rescuers performed CPR on the mother elephant after she was lifted out of the hole she fell into while sedated, with one crew member jumping up and down on her chest to rouse the unconscious giant.

The calf eventually climbed out of the hole and suckled on the mother until she regained consciousness, and both were able to return to the wild.

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