“A baby elephant was rescued by forest officials as he was stuck in a reservoir. The video of the incident has gone viral on social media. The viral video was shared by IFS officer u00a0Parveen Kaswan of the Indian Forest Services on Twitter and lauded the officials after watching it. After the rescue, the baby elephant reunited with its family. Also read:u00a0Researchers find two new multi drug-resistant bacteria in scat of ‘vine snake’. The video gives a glimpse of the little elephant trying to climb out of a reservoir that supplied water to the village. The rescue team used sticks and ropes to pull the elephant out. A team of veterinarians also reached the spot to examine the elephant calf. u00a0Mother was watching our team from a safe distance,u201d reads the caption shared alongside the video. Also read:u00a0Fly infertility shows weu2019re underestimating how badly climate change harms animals. Kaswan in the response to his tweet gave details about the rescue operation. The incident was reported to the patrolling team, who immediately reached the location followed by local range staff, the mobile squad, and vets. It took a joint effort of around 3-4 hours to bring the little one safely out of the reservoir. Also read:u00a0I’m the captain now: Baby penguin surprises tourists. Watch. The video has garnered more than 69K likes and comments on social media. People, happy with the rescue of the elephant,praised the forest officials in the comments section of the post. One user commented, “Mother elephant was sure that your wildlife squad team would be able to rescue her kid.” Another user commented, “Even after 70 years we don’t have the proper equipment for a rescue mission. It’s hurting to see people still use ropes.” “Wonderful. What a teamwork with dedication? Kudos to all team members for this timely action. Mother elephant’s blessings will be there with them forever”, commented another user. #rescue #Elephant #ViralVideou00a0.”