Rangers reunite baby elephants with the herd in adorable viral video
A video of rangers reuniting a baby elephant with its herd in Kenya has gone viral on Twitter, and it’s going to be the sweetest thing you’ll see today. The video shows how officials reunited a family with a unique technique.
Journalist Yashar Ali shared the video on Twitter. Sharing the clip, Yashar shared an interesting fact about elephants. According to him, baby elephants instinctively follow large moving objects, so if rangers and veterinarians need gentle giants to follow them, they will start driving in front of the animals.
The video also shows how rangers in Kenya use their vehicle to reunite a lost baby elephant with its herd.
A fun fact about elephants..
Baby elephants will instinctually follow large moving objects.
So when rangers or vets want to get a wild baby elephant to go somewhere, they will often just drive and the baby follows.
In this case, rangers in Kenya reuniting a baby with its herd. pic.twitter.com/jyBaAFgdfo
— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) May 6, 2021
Yashar Ali posted the video with the caption, “An interesting fact about elephants. Baby elephants will instinctively follow large moving objects. So when a ranger or vet wants to take a wild baby elephant somewhere, they usually just drive, and the elephant follows. In this case, rangers in Kenya reunited a baby with its herd.”
IFS (Indian Forest Service) officer Susanta Nanda also shared the touching video on his official Twitter account. Let’s watch:
Baby elephants many times instinctually follow large moving objects.If one wants the wild baby elephant to go somewhere, just drive and the chance is that the calf follows.
In this case, rangers in Kenya reuniting a baby with its herd just by doing that.
Via Yashar. pic.twitter.com/QHs7ZkXVn5
— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) May 7, 2021