Kartiki Gonsalves’ ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ was named the ‘Best Documentary’ at the 95th Academy Awards and fans have been showering their love and praises on the couple Bomman and Bellie for their heart touching story. In the short, the couple is seen adopting an orphaned elephant named Raghu and taking care of the calf.
The couple who got famous after their story ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ won the ‘best Documentary’ awards at the Oscar this year, has adopted another baby elephant. An IAS officer named Supriya Sahu shared a video where Bomman and Bellie are taking care of the newly adopted baby calf at the Theppakadu Elephant Camp in Nilgiris and said that the “circle of life continues”.
The video clip where the couple is seen taking care of the baby elephant has gone viral on the internet and over 19.8k users on the social media platform have liked it and the comments section has been flooded with love and praise for the couple. Fans asked the Tamil Nadu forest department to come up with merchandise of Bomman and Bellie while the others said that they wish to click a picture with the couple.
One can borrow several ideas from above to inspire individuals and other countries. Here are a few examples:
– Wildlife conservation and rehabilitation:
The story of Bomman and Bellie adopting orphaned elephants showcases their commitment to wildlife conservation. Other countries or individuals can be inspired by their actions and initiate similar efforts in their own regions. For instance, they can establish rescue centers for orphaned or injured animals or create awareness campaigns about protecting endangered species.
– The power of storytelling:
Kartiki Gonsalves’ documentary won the Best Documentary award, highlighting the power of storytelling in spreading important messages. Filmmakers, writers, and other creative individuals can learn from this example and create their own compelling stories to raise awareness about various social or environmental issues.
– Community involvement in wildlife protection:
Bomman and Bellie’s story shows that ordinary citizens can play a crucial role in wildlife conservation. Other countries can encourage local communities to participate in wildlife protection initiatives by providing them with the necessary resources and training.
– Using social media for positive change:
The response mentions the viral video of Bomman and Bellie, which demonstrates the potential of social media in promoting positive change. Individuals and organizations can use social media platforms to share inspiring stories, raise awareness, and mobilize support for various causes.
These ideas can be helpful to other countries by encouraging them to develop and implement conservation programs, support local communities in wildlife protection efforts, and utilize the power of storytelling and social media to inspire positive change.