In an inspiring video, a Canadian goose avenges himself on a baby elephant that sprayed water from its trunk in order to spook the bird.
Indian Forest Officer Susanta Nanda shared the 34-second video on Twitter, in which a mischievous baby elephant uses his trunk as a water cannon to scare the goose who’s sitting on a pebble along the bank of a lake, minding its own business.
Zuri, the young elephant, splashes water at a bird who is resting in her enclosure at Utah’s Hogle Zoo, which soon degenerates into a comical fight between the two animals.
Despite being classified as a flightless bird, the tenacious goose soars up onto the elephant’s back as retribution for his mischief because her space by the “personal pool” has been taken over.
Susanta hailed the goose’s “elephantine guts” for charging at the tusker by fluttering close to his face as it desperately paces back and forth to get rid of the persistent bird.
Perhaps, Zuri didn’t realize that the bird had liked to stay by the stream of water in the summer heat, enjoying the cool.
While the elephant was irritated by the huge beast due to its size and weight and lengthy trunk, the goose decided to teach the baby elephant some lessons.
When the duck had an elephantine guts👍 pic.twitter.com/TOYbv1LxsM— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) July 10, 2020