Baby Elephant Was Given Prosthetic Leg After Losing Leg To Landmine
She was only 7 months young when she lost her leg to a landmine. This put immense stress on her spinal column in addition to her other 3 limbs.
Mosha is an irreversible inhabitant of the Friends of the Eastern Elephant Foundation (FAE) in Thailand, and likewise this is where she obtained her brand-new leg.
The company are focused on developing as well as establishing moulds to accommodate elephants that are still expanding.
When she does not have her leg, she can simply do stuff like lean against a wall or rails to aid soothe some pressure.
She is likewise friends with an additional local that lives at the FAE healthcare facility called Motola, she additionally has a prosthetic leg and likewise was right behind Mosha as the second-ever elephant to get one.
Unfortunately, Matola is not as comfortable as Mosha is with her new leg, this is as a result of her development patterns.