Sri Lankan Navy Saved Two Elephants from Sinking

Colombo: Sri Lanka Navy has saved two elephants from seizing in the ocean after hours of struggle.
This is the second incident in Sri Lanka when elephants went to the sea so far that they reached deep waters and could not return to Zakhod.
According to Sri Lanka Navy, it was very difficult to bring both elephants to the edge. For this, both the elephants were taken to the drug by navy soldiers, diets, dog boats and big rods. The pictures are showing that both elephants were in deep water and seemed to be very embarrassed to keep over their water. Sri Lankan Navy saved two elephants from sinking
Sri Lankan navy shielded two elephants from sinking

Colombo: Sri Lanka Navy has saved two elephants from seizing in the ocean after hours of struggle.
This is the second incident in Sri Lanka when elephants went to the sea so far that they reached deep waters and could not return to Zakhod.
According to Sri Lanka Navy, it was very difficult to bring both elephants to the edge. For this, both the elephants were taken to the drug by navy soldiers, diets, dog boats and big rods. The pictures are showing that both elephants were in deep water and seemed to be very embarrassed to keep over their water.

Navy said in his statement that the two elephants were left in the Fifty Point forest, which is located in the Turnkumali district. The Sri Lanka Navy further added that the naval boat that inspected these elephants, and then the operation of them was started. Even before an elephant went to the water for 8 kilometers away, which was then dispatched to the drug. An athletic water with a sea is the lake of water which is surrounded by elephant sometimes to the sea directly.
In May this year, Navy had saved 20 species of life that came to ruins.

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