Raju The Elephant Cries After Being Rescued Following 50 Years Of Abuse

By: News 10
By: News 10

For 50 years, Raju the elephant was abused, held shackled in spiked chains and forced to live off scraps from passing tourists. All that changed when he was rescued last weekend by wildlife conservationists who said the animal cried when he was finally set free.

Wildlife SOS, a group established in 1995 to protect endangered wildlife in India, set out to rescue Raju on the night of July 2.

Raju was forced to work as a begging elephant in Allahabad, abused by being held in spiked chains and beaten.

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