For wild animals, survival in the natural environment is always better for them. Elephants, too, are usually animal keepers who will only keep them for a while and then release them into the wild. But not with the baby elephant in the story below …
On April 4, a baby elephant was accidentally discovered stuck in mud in northeast Thailand and notified a wildlife conservation group to come to the rescue. After 5 months of caring for and helping the elephant to recover, on September 18, the conservation team decided to return it to the wild where it was found.
After 20 years, gorilla monkeys still realize the benefactor used to feed him
In 2014, British animal advocate Damian Aspinal filmed his reunion with his daughter Tasny Aspinall and two gorillas he had previously helped with at the zoo. He and his daughter spent a long time with them, especially with his daughter Tasny who considered the monkey to be his best childhood friends.