This is the adorable moment a baby elephant appears, wiggling on the floor with laughter as its big brother tickles it with his trunk. The moment was captured by wildlife photographer Lee-Anne Robertson from Sundays River Valley, South Africa.
A baby elephant was playing with his brother in Addo Elephant Park in South Africa. He was tickled on the ground before climbing onto his brother’s back to the delight of onlookers.
Wildlife photographer Lee-Anne Robertson captured the lovely moment the whole family played together. This is the adorable moment a baby elephant appears wriggling on the floor with laughter while its brother tickles it with his trunk.
The duo was photographed by wildlife photographer Lee-Anne Robertson from Sundays River Valley, South Africa. The playful animals were seen climbing over each other during their antics at Addo Elephant park last month. Lee-Anne said: ‘I think he’s adorable, like any kid. He is full of energy and is looking for someone to play with.’
‘After a while, he fell to the ground, and his brother ran over and started touching him playfully with his trunk as if to invite it to come to play. ‘ A baby elephant appeared to wriggle on the floor with laughter while his brother tickled it with his trunk in an adorable moment captured on camera.
Last month, the duo was discovered by wildlife photographer Lee-Anne Robertson of Sundays River Valley, South Africa. The baby elephant writhed on the ground in joy as his brother rubbed his trunk all over. The playful elephants enjoyed running and playing together at Elephant Addo Park last month.
The adorable animals were spotted playing together in a diverse wildlife conservation park near Port Elizabeth. Lee-Anne said: ‘Elephants are wonderful animals, they love their families, and have great patience and kindness that they show to their family members.’ After playing on the ground, the baby elephant struggled to get up as he continued to play with his brother.
The adorable animal then walked proudly after playing with his family at the national park. Then, the roles were reversed when the baby elephant began to climb onto his brother’s back, who was lying on the ground. Lee-Anne said: ‘I think he’s adorable, like any kid. He was full of energy and was looking for someone to play with’.
The young elephant crawled on the back of the older one while the other herd members observed their fun and games. Lee-Anne said: ‘After a while, he threw himself on the ground, and his brother came over and started touching him playfully with his trunk as if to ask him to come to play. The baby replied and got up and started climbing on his brother’.
The wildlife photographer said her images show elephants being very protective of their families and very patient and kind to each other. She said: ‘Infants are protected, loved and cared for, which is evident in this video as their mother stands nearby enjoying her happy little family.
The baby elephant looked adorable as he walked alongside his elderly relatives in a national park in South Africa. Lee-Anne said: ‘I love watching antics, and I’m glad I have the footage to look back on it. It makes me smile, a lot’.
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