Orphaned elephant Amali in lovely video

Amali the orphaned elephant in the adorable video

Amali is a baby elephant who was sadly orphaned when her mother passed away due to natural causes in a national park in Sri Lanka. Fortunately, Amali was rescued by the Department of Wildlife Conservation and taken to the Elephant Transit Home in Udawalawe, Sri Lanka.

In a heartwarming video that has gone viral, Amali can be seen joyfully playing in the mud and interacting with the other elephants in the transit home. The video captured her playful and curious nature, and how she is adapting well to her new surroundings.

The Elephant Transit Home is a sanctuary for orphaned elephants, where they receive care and rehabilitation before being released back into the wild. Amali is just one of the many elephants who have been saved by the sanctuary and given a second chance at life.

Despite the challenges faced by wildlife conservationists in Sri Lanka, the success of the Elephant Transit Home is proof that with dedication and hard work, we can make a positive impact on the lives of these majestic creatures.

Amali’s adorable video has captured the hearts of many and serves as a reminder of the importance of protecting and preserving these magnificent animals for future generations to enjoy.

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