Young Elephant Rushes Into River To Save ‘Drowning’ Man

Published on 17th October 2016 by Stickboy BKK

Young Elephant Rushes Into River To Save Drowning Man

Canadian Darrick Thomson wasn’t really drowning but that didn’t stop a young Jumbo rushing into a river in Northern Thailand to ‘rescue’ him.

The viral footage showing five-year-old Kham Lha wade through the water after thinking her favourite trainer at the Elephant Nature Park was in difficulty has been viewed millions of times after being picked up by international media.

Kham Lha was one of 19 elephants the sanctuary rescued from the tourism industry in 2015 and she has since formed an “inseparable bond” with Darrick.

This isn’t the first time Kham Lha’s love for Darrick has been caught on camera and gone viral. Back in April a video titled “A Man Call Elephant” see’s her and several other elephants coming running to him when he calls out her name.

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