A baby elephant is seen enjoying a massage by its carer at the Kenyan Wildlife Trust, and the baby jumbo then reciprocates his action by patting his face.
There are numerous wildlife videos on the Internet, some frightening and others charming. The adorable wildlife creatures’ activities never cease to amuse us.
Similarly, a clip of a young elephant receiving a massage by his carer at the Kenyan Wildlife Trust has gone viral.
The video was first shared by a user account named Sheldrick Wildlife and has quickly gone viral. The elephant’s caregiver is seen stroking the baby jumbo’s ears in the clip, making it more comfortable for him, and the infant mammoth reciprocates by touching his face with his trunk.
It was witnessed at a Kenya-based rescue and rehabilitation center, where elephants’ orphans are raised with the greatest care. Sharing the video, the user captioned it, “Acting as surrogate mothers are just one of the ways we help orphaned elephants after losing their natal mother and family.”
He further said that “one day the elephant will return to the wild.” Netizens were amazed after watching the video. One user expressed her opinion after watching the orphaned baby elephant video and said the video of the orphaned baby elephant gladdened her heart.
The video has received a huge number of views since it became available. Users have been showering Sheldrick Wildlife with adoration and praise on their Facebook page. It has had over 6000 views in the past 24 hours, which is still increasing, and more than 1600 people have liked the post.
One user who watched the clip expressed her wish and said, this world would be heaven if all the humans would be like caretakers to each other. Another person wrote, “Sweet baby.”
A third person complimented the Kenyan Wildlife Trust’s efforts. He added a remark on the comment box, stating, “Thank you for the work that you do.” A fourth person said, “Such a cute little baby!”
“What concern, love, & patience the Keeper has! Thanks, SWT,” wrote another social media user. While another user conveyed a virtual cuddle.
Acting as surrogate mothers is just one of the ways we help orphaned #elephants after losing their natal mother and family. So they can one day return back to the wild. Help us by making a donation or adopting an orphan in our care: https://t.co/2AIu1Bjokn pic.twitter.com/0PCd187r9z— Sheldrick Wildlife (@SheldrickTrust) August 24, 2021