This baby elephant had to be rescued from a storm drain in Sri Lanka over the weekend, and officials aren't sure how it got there.
To reach the elephant, local officials in the port town of Hambantota on Sunday had to break open the concrete drain.
Several men then used ropes to hoist the baby elephant out of the narrow opening.
The elephant was then taken to a facility to be treated for a possible broken leg.
Elephants are common on the streets of Hambantota, where they roam freely among residents — except when they get lodged in a storm drain.
Watch the whole rescue here:
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