See Elephants Up Close

The Elephant Transit Home (ETH), where the orphan wild elephants are treated, raised and released back to the wild, is located at Udawalawe National Park. Visitors can observe how the elephants are taken care of twice a day. The total number of orphaned elephants exceeds 40, of which most of them are calves and juveniles. When the animals become mature enough to live on their own they are released back into the wild. Park authorities keep constant vigilance on the newly released animals, until they get used to their new life in the wild.

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