Two-month-old baby elephant found in Belthangady


Team Udayavani, Oct 30, 2020, 11:00 AM IST

Belthangady: Two-month-old Baby Elephants has been found in Kadirudyavara, Belthangady Taluk.

It is said that several elephants had entered the farm of Deekayya Gowda in search of food last night. While the other elephants went back to the forest the baby elephant  was unable to go back

Owner of the farm informed the Forest department and the officials have ordered to not disturb the elephant or go near it as there is a possibility of the Elephants coming back to rescue the calf

 

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