A herd of elephants stuck in the funnel, remaining after the Vietnam war
Last weekend in the Cambodian conservation centre, Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary were rescued from 11 Asian elephants, stuck in the crater that was left from the falling bombs during the Vietnam war.
A three-meter wall of the crater, which was expanded by farmers to store water, was inaccessible to elephants.
The problem was aggravated by the fact that the dirt in which the mid-torso of the drowned elephants, began to dry up, according to the website of the animal protection organization Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
When farmers found stuck elephants, they asked the local Department of the environment, and there is already called to the aid of the WCS.
Rescuers arrived at the scene, engaged in the construction of stages through which the animals could climb out of the pit. While he carried out excavation works, other rescuers watered and fed the elephants. A few hours later all the giants was free.