Elephants escape Cambodian mud hole
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Elephants escape Cambodian mud hole

Eleven Asian elephants caught in mud have made a dramatic escape with the help of local farmers.

The elephants had gone to drink and bathe in a water hole in the Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary in Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia.

The locals used vegetation and ropes to get the animals out.