Raju, the Indian elephant that won all of our hearts after being rescued after 50 years, is finally free from captivity.
Kartick Satyanarayan, the man who led the rescue team that saved Raju, reportedly said, "We are beyond overjoyed that Raju is finally saved."
Wildlife SOS put up the argument that under Indian law, no one can own an elephant, they are all owned by the government.
Since being rescued, Raju has been living safely in the Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Mathura, India, and is being cared for by the staff there.
He even has a girlfriend, Phoolkali, who is pictured above with Raju.