An elephant calf and its mother were rescued after being trapped in a well for over two days in Hambantota, Sri Lanka.
A heart warming video shows wildlife workers using a digger to help save the two distressed elephants.
The workers had to dig a path for the elephants so that they could navigate their way out of the well.
According to the wildlife team, the jumbos had remained trapped in the agricultural well for over two days.
But when Hambantota Wildlife got a call about the incident, they managed to rescue the elephants within an hour.
After making their way out of the well, the elephants made their way into the nearby forest range.
This is not the first heartwarming elephant rescue.
An elephant calf and its mother were rescued after being trapped in a well for over two days in Hambantota, Sri Lanka
In February a six-year-old female elephant was rescued after she fell 30ft into a dried-up farm well in Southern India.
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