Elephant Nature Park And The Incredible Woman on a Mission to Save the Asian Elephant

by Michael Bonocore August 13, 2015 19 comments
The Walk Home At Elephant Nature Park

At the end of each day, the elephants at Elephant Nature Park are brought down to the river for their last bath before their dinner and bedtime. I met the herd at the river and followed them home, filming all the way. *PLEASE WATCH IN HD!*These walks take a while :) The elephants love to stop and toss dirt on their backs. Even though they are wet, elephants immediately throw dirt on their backs. This helps keep them cool in the blistering hot Thailand summers. The elephant walking with a limp, If you look closely, you can see that her foot was horribly injured by a land mine. But thanks to the great medical care she receives at Elephant Nature Park, she lives a pain free and normal life. I hope you enjoy a brief glimpse into life here at Elephant Nature Park! I have 4 more days of filming here, so I should be getting some beautiful footage from these amazing animals. I will be releasing a short documentary on the work of Lek and Elephant Nature Park. You can be notified when it is released by signing up for my newsletter! http://www.bonocorevisualstudios.com/newslettersignup/All footage captured with a Panasonic GH4 with a Sigma Corporation of America 18-35mm and flying on a Freefly Systems MOVI M5Thanks http://www.bensound.com/ for the great song!Save All Elephants Save Elephant Foundation

Posted by Bonocore Visual Studios on Sunday, March 22, 2015
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