Heart-warming video shows an elephant being given a new life with a prosthetic

A three-legged elephant was given a new life when it was fitted with a completely new prosthetic in Thailand.

Mosha, a nine-year-old female elephant, lost her leg when stepping on a mi.ne.

MaeYao National Reserve in Lampang, which claims to have built the world’s first elephant hospital, has attached five prosthetic limbs to Mosha since her arrival.

Taken to the hospital at the age of 7 months, Mosha became the first elephant in the world to have a prosthesis fitted.

Since then, her continued growth has led to the staff building stronger and stronger legs to help support the animal’s weight.

In the video, the three-legged elephant was initially shown struggling to walk around the barn before it leaned against its stump on a wooden rail.

Since then, her continued growth has led to the staff building stronger and stronger legs to help support the animal’s weight.

In the video, the three-legged elephant was initially shown struggling to walk around the barn before it leaned against its stump on a wooden rail.

Soraida Salwala opened the elephant Hospital in MaeYao National Reserve in 1993.

Since then, it has treated more than 3,900 si.ck and wounded elephants with various medical conditions, including fractures, bul.let wounds, eye infections, and dr.ug add.iction.

Watch the full video below:

Source: dailybbnews.com

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