Noor Jehan, a 17-year-old African elephant at the Karachi Zoo, fell into a pond inside of her enclosure, severely deteriorating her health.
According to specifics, the zoo’s management said that Elephant Noor Jehan accidentally fell into a caged pond made of cement. She was raised from the water by means of a crane, ropes, and belts.
The elephant is lying on the ground because it is unable to stand.
Noor Jehan has been suffering from serious bodily damage for the past three months and is now in an intensive care unit.
It should be noted that Noor Jehan’s treatment at the Karachi Zoo was begun on Wednesday by a team of seven foreign professionals from Four Paws.
Their visit comes after the Sindh High Court (SHC) in Karachi ordered Four Paws to evaluate the animals’ well-being last year after local animal rights activists expressed concerns in court.
It is important to note that Pakistan received all four African elephants in 2009. Malika and Sonu were sent to the Safari Park, while Elephant Noor Jehan and Madhubala were transferred to the Karachi Zoo.