According to Indian media reports on the 19th, the country’s first elephant hospital was officially opened in the village of Churmla near Agra, Uttar Pradesh.
According to reports, the hospital is located near the Indian Elephant Conservation Center and is jointly established by the Indian Wildlife Conservation Organization and the Uttar Pradesh Forest Management Department. All funds are from social donations and corporate sponsorships. They will be designed for injuries, illnesses or old age. Elephants provide medical services.
The hospital is equipped with laser, thermal imaging, ultrasound, spa and quarantine equipment to meet the many inspection needs of elephants. In addition to dedicated in-house treatments, the hospital also offers medical lifts and observation decks for students who are studying veterinary courses to observe and understand elephants at a safe distance.
Cardinick, the founder of the Wildlife Conservation Organization of India, said in an interview that the establishment of the Elephant Hospital is a milestone in the elephant protection movement. The hospital will provide better medical services for elephants and gradually develop into elephants. A base for humanitarian protection.
It is understood that the Indian Wildlife Conservation Organization established the first elephant protection center in India in 2010 and currently serves about 20 elephants in need of treatment. Most of these elephants have been illegally imprisoned and abused by the circus.