A two-month-old baby elephant was found traumatized and injured on the floor of a classroom in Laikipia, Kenya.
It became the target of some villagers when another elephant from its herd attacked and killed a local woman.
The elephant responsible for the act was shot by Kenya Wildlife Service, and that sent the herd into an uncontrolled panic.
It was then that the baby elephant was attacked by spears and stones. It eventually found its way into a classroom to hide and take cover, and it lay there on the verge of death.
But a warden from the Naibunga Conservancy found and rescued it.
The poor calf was once in such bad shape, but it’d go on to make a full recovery thanks to these rescuers. In the video below, you’ll see the baby back in the wild where it belongs! 🙂