A calf elephant at Singapore’s Night Safari is seen splashing about in a paddling pool, trying to eat solid food, and walking with her mother in a heart-warming video.
Despite being only a little girl, she has an enormous personality.
The one-month-old elephant, who lives at the park with her mother Sri Nandong, a 30-year-old Sri Lankan female, was filmed as she got her feet ahead of her grand reveal, which will happen later this month.
The unnamed calf, who weighed 23 pounds when born, is seen attempting to mimic her mother and lift food up to her mouth for dinner later in the film.
The fluffy elephant begins her stroll between her mother and 39-year-old father Chawang by walking around the park.
She concludes her day of adventures with a bath in a tiny rainbow-colored paddling pool.
After her day of activities, the calf is bathed in a tiny rainbow-colored paddling pool and sprayed with water from his mother’s mouth.
On May 12th, the park’s 22nd birthday, a bundle of joy arrived 14 days ahead of schedule. She is the park’s first elephant to be born in six years.
Sri Nandong’s elephant keepers were astonished when the bouncing calf was born in the elephant exhibit during opening hours.
Her keepers had been discovered that she was pregnant, but they didn’t predict the infant would come so soon.