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Elephant Nature Park
Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar
Work with baby elephants, veterinarians & elephant trainers when volunteering in the veterinary student/assistant program at the Elephant Nature Park.
Volunteers and visitors contribute to the animals healing while learning about their lives past and present. Arrange a visit to all of their projects in Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar.
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volunteering at the Elephant
nature park, thailand
Khamla, a baby elephant suffering from a form of herpes virus deadly to Asian Elephants, struggles to take the medications that could save his life.
Because he refused to take his medications orally, the veterinary team and myself administered the antiviral rectally throughout the day and night.
All elephants under 10 years of age are tested weakly at the Elephant Nature Park. If the virus isn't caught immediately, it can be fatal in as little as 12 hours.