In the midst of tragedy, a sweet story of perseverance – a baby pygmy elephant finds a new family

In the wake of the devastating loss of 14 elephants to mysterious poisonings, a heartwarming story of resilience emerges from Malaysia’s lush rainforests.

Meet Joe, a three-month-old pygmy elephant who tragically lost his mother in a recent poisoning incident.

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Augustin David, a devoted caretaker, has taken Joe under his wing, providing round-the-clock care and forming a special bond with the orphaned calf.

In a poignant moment, Joe was captured on video attempting to wake his motionless mother, highlighting the profound emotional impact of the tragedy.

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Rescued just in time, Joe’s survival was uncertain. However, with dedicated care and attention, he’s gradually finding joy in his new surroundings.

Despite initial challenges, including weight loss and disorientation, Joethrivesg is under Augustin’s care.

Augustin follows a demanding routine, ensuring Joe’s nutritional needs are met with a unique milk formula tailored to his requirements.

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Despite Joe’s playful antics and specific preferences, including a dislike for bath time, Augustin remains committed to his well-being.

As Joe settles into his new life, authorities continue investigations into the cause of the poisonings, with suspicions pointing towards palm oil plantations in the area. However, amidst the tragedy, Joe’s story offers hope.

While Joe’s journey to recovery remains uncertain, his resilience and determination inspire those around him. Joe’s future looks promising with the support of his newfound family at the wildlife refuge.

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If Joe continues progressing, he’ll join a herd of injured and orphaned elephants at the sanctuary, where he’ll find companionship and care for the rest of his days.

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