An elephant was saved from the bottom of a 20ft well by rescuers using a crane in a huge operation.
The project was started after Indian army officials heard an elephant making noises from deep inside the Indian jungle.
In the video, you can hear men talking in the background while a person drops food into the well for the elephant.
A crane is used to lift the huge animal from the well, and a harness is utilized to transport it.
Dozens of spectators gathered to witness the operation and get up close with the beast. Two men then use the elephant’s tail to turn it around and get into a truck from behind.
The animal had strayed into the Bishnupur jungle and was found near the Panagar army camp.
The military called the Burdwan Forest Department for help with the unusual discovery, and they came to the animal’s rescue with a crane.
The elephant was observed for a few days before being set free in the wild.
Asian elephants on average weigh between 2.2 to 5.5 tonnes and can reach between 6.6ft and 9.8ft tall.