Animals Love Their Babies
I remember watching the film "Born Free" when I was a kid. Those were wonderful experiences going to a cinema house and watching movies with the elders. I watched "Born Free" with my elder sisters. I may watch the film again.
Now, we can watch the animal kingdom on TV channels at any time. Those programs attract me more than thriller movies. We can't forget the exceptionally well-researched and captured National Geographic documentary film on penguins, "March of the Penguins."
There are many animal photographers who share images and video clips from their captured works on social media. And, many people re-share these worth viewing clips on different platforms.
The amazing video clip is from the Seoul zoo. A baby elephant fell into a pool. The water level was deeper than the height of the baby elephant. The central story is about how two adult elephants saved the calf.
A baby elephant fell into the water of a small pool.
An adult elephant got panicked and was trying to get the baby out of the water. Another elderly elephant came running to offer help.
The two adult elephants couldn't help the baby to get out of the water. Then they ran to the shallower side of the pool and got inside the pool.
The baby elephant already moved towards the deeper side of the pool and was trying hard to keep the trunk above the water level so that it can breathe. The two adult elephants came fast near the baby and started pushing it towards the shallower side of the pool. Finally, the adult elephants successfully got out of the pool along with the baby elephant.
Most animals love their community.
Animals are very caring about their babies even inside the zoo.
An example shows how two adult elephants rescued a baby elephant who accidentally fell into the water inside a small pool inside the Seoul zoo.
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Aug 14, 2022