After spending 12 hours trapped in a mud pit near Chyulu Hills National Park in Makindu in Kenya, a helpless elephant was finally rescued by construction workers.
Apparently, the young elephant was looking for water in the area, but ended up sliding into the muddy pit. Local farmers found the distressed mammal trying to escape its murky prison, but failed to help hit get out.
Fortunately, wildlife conservationists were able to get the help of a construction company China Road and Bridge Corporation. The group of construction workers working on a nearby railroad rescued the elephant by digging the mud to free the animal.
Jeremy Goss, a 30-year-old conservation scientist and wildlife photographer, was able to capture the amazing moment on video.
“It was heartbreaking to see the elephant in the well, particularly because the community had not been very keen or able to help it out,” Goss shared.
Here’s the video of the dramatic rescue.
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These Skeletons are Hugging and Kissing Before A Crowd. When They Came Out, Everyone was Smiling!
Love Knows No Labels. This presentation of Skeleton Hugs proves it. Watch this moving video!
Love is the very reason why we live. That is because it is human to love, and to want to feel loved. We are all destined to share that gift with one another, no matter how diverse our races, religions, and genders are. No judgments, prejudices, and stereotypes can get in the way of a heart that truly cares. Because at the end of the day, LOVE. WILL. CONQUER. ALL.
The video below is a heartwarming presentation of the different kinds of love that exist in the world. It is a unique and very creative way of showing that love does not have to be a boy-girl, young sweet love that the society dictates to be appropriate. Love is about being able to embrace the differences of one another, and yet still hold on to that same great love that can move mountains. It is a real tearjerker, and I bet you'll find yourself not being able to control the "Awwwwwww!". Share the love and make someone feel good today!
Watch the heart-warming video:
They Were About To Lose Their 11-Year-Old Pit Bull; So They Gave It A Vacation Of A Lifetime
What a touching story.
If there are creatures who give humans unconditional love, it would have to be dogs. Case in point: Japan’s well-loved dog Hachiko. The Akita dog proved to everyone that dogs are capable of real and unconditional love when the loyal dog waited for its master for 9 years.
As dog owners, do we ever give our furry pets the unconditional love they deserve? How much time and effort are you willing to give your dog?
Remember the story of a girl who took her beloved dog on an epic adventure? This is a similar story. When photographer Zhenia Bulawka and her boyfriend Christian learned that their 11-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier’s life is about to end pretty soon, they thought of giving it a special gift.
Battling mast cell cancer for two years, Mr. Dukes along with his friends Violet and Ruby was granted a vacation of a lifetime. Although Dukes passed away a month after their trip, Bulawka said she was grateful that it happened....
Hardworking Truck Driver Never Had A Sick Day In 50 Years Of Working For The Same Company. WOW!
For 50 years, he hasn’t had a single sick day.
When we talk about work, it's quite easy for some people to complain about how little salary they get, how annoying their boss and colleagues are or how tiring it is to work. While others don't give their job any value or credit, there are still those grateful enough to work and provide for their families, doing what they love and staying loyal to the company they are in just like the hardworking Ron Kline.
Ron stayed in the same company for 50 long years and has not had a single sick day. Despite the repetitive routine, he has remained faithful to both his work and the company he works for.
Ron Kline was hired in January 1965 as a clean-up person at the company's manufacturing facility. For 18 years he inspected sanitary products after they came out of the kiln. It was about 32 years ago when he started driving the truck and has been doing it since.