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When the young female is let out of the cage after three days and nights, she is covered in wounds and swellings. As villagers drag her from the cage—hobbled and injured—she falls hard on her side.

The elephant is later chained to a tree near the phajaan cage. She will now endure weeks of more training.

Photograph by Jennifer Hile

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