An elephant saving people from drowning in floods on the River Ganges, India
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|Caption||An elephant saving people from drowning in floods on the River Ganges, India. The elephant repeatedly swam to Sorori with ropes attached, saving a thousand people trapped by the rising waters of the river. L'elephant sauveteur. Illustration for Le Petit Journal, 27 November 1910.|
|Creator||French School (20th century)|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Credit||Look and Learn|
|20th Century India Indian floods flooding floodwaters water river Ganges riverbank elephant animal rescue rescuing saving disaster Natural Disaster helping people drowning River Ganges|
|Stock image ref||Sizes available||Views|
|M512194||Hi-res: 6,876 x 9,896 pixels
Lo-res: 834 x 1,200 pixels
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