An adorable video of a baby elephant charging at a vehicle has gone viral on Twitter.
Snip from video shared by IFS officer Susanta Nanda
Elephants are one of the gentlest beings present in the wildlife. Heartwarming pictures and videos of the animal are filled on social media and often go viral.
One such video of a baby elephant waddling and charging at a safari car and then stopping to go back to its family has gone viral on Twitter and it will be one of the most adorable things you will see today.
The above-mentioned clip was shared on the micro-blogging site by Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda. He shared the clip with the caption, “Learning to charge early in life.”
Take a look:
Learning to charge early in life.. pic.twitter.com/O9P3txX9Wz
— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) May 13, 2020
The clip shows a baby elephant playing with its trunk in the wild while surrounded by its family. As it does so, the person, recording the video, can be heard saying, “He doesn’t even know how to use its trunk.” After playing with its trunk, the tiny elephant then charges off towards the vehicle and stands for a few seconds looking at the group.
The baby then jumps to shoo the group off and tries to be more intimidating, but ends up looking even more adorable. As for the group, they can be heard laughing at the animal’s cute antics. After a while, the elephant runs back to its family.
The video was loved immensely by Twitter users. It managed to garner over 8.7k views. Many people also took to the comments section to write about the adorable baby elephant and left comments like “cute” and “adorable” under the clip.
Here’s what they said:
— Arpita Kar (@ArpitaKar25) May 13, 2020
Just too cute
— Sandhya Patel (@Sandhya11425857) May 13, 2020
So courageously cute!
— ashagkumar (@AshaGKumar1) May 13, 2020
Don’t laugh at me humans
— ViewsFromRight (@ViewsFromRight) May 13, 2020
— Ganesh (@Ganesh84334126) May 13, 2020
— Mahesh Engineer (@maheshengineer) May 13, 2020
— Prashant (@Prashan14017962) May 13, 2020
Amazing. This is an excellent example of inborn instinct.
— Tapan Kumar Satpthy (@TapanSatpthy) May 13, 2020
Baby elephants are a lot like dog puppies.
— As the Crow Cries (@iCrowCries) May 13, 2020
I love the Way It’s Jumping
— Kanchi Asokan (@kanchiAsokan) May 13, 2020
— Kartick Kumar Misraa (@kartickmisraa) May 13, 2020
feeling like hugging him or her. Just wish we coexist
— will let u know (@justfewmoredays) May 13, 2020
— R.Pushparani (@RPushparani) May 13, 2020
The video had over 1k likes and several retweets.
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