Baby elephant given prosthetic leg after losing leg to landmine

Mosha is an elephant who lost one of her legs when she stepped on a mine when she was seven months old.

It looked like it was going to ruin her life so much that she would never be able to walk again.

In addition to all the good things about Thailand, there are also bad ones.

Many landmines are located along the borders.

The authorities are trying in every way to remove all landmines, but it is very difficult.

Many people and animals were injured. One of them is Mosha the elephant.


It was very difficult for the unfortunate elephant when he lost his leg.

Doctor Therdchai Jivacate heard about this sad story and decided to do something about it.

He is an orthopedic surgeon who rehabilitates injured elephants. He also spent a lot of time working in the world’s first elephant hospital, located in Thailand.

Together with his team, he developed an artificial leg for this elephant.

With it, Mosha can walk again.

As Mosha grows, this big-hearted doctor develops new prostheses for her.

Check out the video below about Mosha and the big-hearted doctor Jivacate.

Source: The Animal Club