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The elephant who cried tears when he was released after being held in chains, beaten and abused for fifty years has begun his new life with his adoptive family.
Raju the elephant was introduced to Phoolkali, the first member of his new friends on Wednesday after being released on July 4 in a midnight mission by charity Wildlife SOS.
The five-and-a-half tonne animal was freed from his spiked shackles and driven 350 miles away to the safety of the Elephant Conservation and Care Centre at Mathura, northern India, which he now calls home.
Raju’s female friend Phoolkali is also a rescued elephant and was saved two years ago after…
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