Hamed got a new home.

Hamed the elephant was lonely. He started to scare people. Workers put Hamed to sleep. They lifted him onto a truck. Hamed will live in a park. He will have animal friends.

Read More: Ivory Coast once had about 1,000 elephants. Robbers often kill the animals to sell their tusks. Only 300 elephants are left in the country. People want to protect them. But lonely elephants get bossy. They hurt crops. They charge at people. Hamed needs other elephant friends. Wildlife workers moved him to a safer place. God told Noah in Genesis 6:20 about the animals, “Two of every sort shall come in to you to keep them alive.”