This is the cutest video I’ve seen in a while. She’s almost having too much fun.
A baby elephant bathing may be the cutest thing you will witness on the internet.
Baby Chaba, who lives at Elephant Nature Park in Thailand, became the star of the show after a video of her first time lying in a bathtub went viral.
The video has been viewed over a million times, and it’s easy to see why.
There is something truly magical and joyful when this baby elephant discovers something new.
Her mother’s watchful eyes are always there to make sure this little bundle is okay.
The video shows baby Chaba fully enjoying this new experience.
You can almost see the smile on Chaba’s little face as she dunks underwater over and over again.
Her tiny trunk happily splashes water like a human toddler.
Chaba loves life, and the world loves her.
She may not be the most graceful to come out of the tub, but she is absolutely the loveliest. Chaba turned to her mother to tell her how happy she was.
Back to baby Chaba’s bath.
It’s time to have a lot of water splashing on the trunk, and some sprays don’t go as planned. This baby is bound and determined to get back to her super-fun tub—one step over, then the next…, and then one small misstep.
Baby Chaba fell out of the tub, and if there were a prize for ‘most precious fall out of the tub’, she would win every single one. Relax for a while before returning to the tub.
The mother elephant seemed preoccupied with a snack and went back to the tub Chaba goes.
When the video was uploaded to YouTube, the whole world fell in love with baby Chaba.
“In a world full of hate and nastiness, this is the sweetest thing I’ve seen today. Thank you!” – Lillian C.
“When she tried to drink, and the water just squirted next to her face, I’m literally in tears. I love her so much” – Kai Apparent.
“Literally LOL’d watching her trying to figure out how on earth to put her butt in such a contraption! Sweetness overload!!!” – orangeblossom007.
Elephant Rescue is responsible for taking care of Chaba and other elephants in need.
The organization is dedicated to protecting Asian elephants at their Elephant Nature Park.
‘The Foundation provides a home for rescued elephants and offers advice, office-based resources, and funding to all the projects under the Foundation’s umbrella.” – Save Elephant Foundation.
“It is our mission to save the Asian elephant from extinction and give domesticated elephants a life worth living by preserving habitat and increasing public awareness on humane treatment practices.” — Save Elephant Foundation.
The Foundation is active on social media, and we hope they will continue their great work to help the elephants in need.
Watch Chaba having a heyday splashing around in her first bath in the video below!
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