Suzy the rescued blind elephant by Simon de Trey-White
12th February 2015, Mathura, India. A display board of banned tools used by elephant handlers in India: spiked ankle chains used to tether and bullhooks (known as 'ankush') to inflict pain on elephants, at the Elephant Care and Conservation Centre, run by Wildlife SOS, Mathura, India on the 12th February 2015.
A blind elephant named ‘Suzy’, formerly one of India’s 67 remaining circus elephants, has been rescued and has arrived at her new home at the Elephant Care and Conservation Centre, run by Wildlife SOS in collaboration with Uttar Pradesh Forest Department. Suzy was transported 2000 km from Andhra Pradesh to the sanctuary in Mathura
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