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Elephant Bathing in the Periyar River, Kodanad Rescue Center
India
At Kodanad in Kerala, the training centre for baby elephants is a true sanctuary to overcome the agony and pain of being an orphaned elephant baby. The baby elephants that are separated from their mothers in the nearby forest are rescued by the personnel of forest and wildlife and brought to the training centre at Kodanad. Located close to the Periyar River this elephant training centre in Ernakulam district has trainers, who are well experienced to care of the baby elephants; assuring them the best of parental care. Visitors come in large numbers to this elephant training centre to watch the routine of baby elephants and the unique bond they have with their trainers.
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Hochgeladen: 11/07/2010
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Tags: kodanad; kerala; elephant; bathing; periyar; river; rescue; center; training
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