“From Struggle to Freedom: Meet Baby Chaba and Mom Bunma, the Rescued Elephants Thriving at Elephant Nature Park”
Baby Chaba and her mother Bunma were fortunate enough to be rescued and brought to Elephant Nature Park, where they could finally live a life free from abuse and exploitation.
Elephant Nature Park is a sanctuary in northern Thailand that provides a safe and natural environment for elephants who have been rescued from the logging and tourism industries.
At Elephant Nature Park, Chaba and Bunma would have been given a thorough health examination and any necessary medical treatment upon arrival. They would also have been introduced to their new surroundings and the other elephants at the sanctuary.
Bunma and her baby while they were at the former camp.
Over time, Chaba and Bunma would have had the opportunity to roam and graze in large open fields, bathe in natural ponds, and form bonds with the other elephants at the sanctuary.
Our team were rushing to make the enclosure of Mae Sri ready to share with Mae Mai (new).
The park’s caretakers would have also provided them with regular feedings of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as any additional supplements they may need.
On the road, baby Chaba walked so fast without fear.
With access to proper care and a natural habitat, Chaba and Bunma’s lives would have undoubtedly changed for the better. They would have been able to live a more natural and peaceful existence, free from the constant stress and abuse that they experienced in their previous lives.
The mother Bunma and baby Chaba received the warm welcome with the beautiful fruit cake.
Overall, the care and support provided by Elephant Nature Park would have given Chaba and Bunma a chance to live the happy and healthy lives they deserve.