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Elephant Herd Crossing A River Stops To Rescue One Of Their Babies! You HAVE To See This!

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Oh no! A baby elephant got swept away by a river! Who will save her??

Elephants are so loving and smart and amazing! We can't believe anyone would consider poaching!

While on safari in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kicheche Laikipia and Sandy Gelderman shot some amazing footage.

They spotted a herd of elephants crossing a river so they began filming the cute creatures pushing through the strong current.

Everything goes smoothy until a baby elephant begins to get swept away!!

Laikipia said:

"With the river deep, mountain high banks are never easy for adults, let alone a six-month-old calf, so being washed away in the current was a very real possibility."

So they watched, and filmed as the baby was pushed further from the herd.

But it wasn't long until another elephant came over to try and push the baby upriver, helping her out.

It ended up taking the big momma elephant coming over and helping out to get her baby to safety!

Check out the video (below) to see this amazing rescue!

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2 comments to “Elephant Herd Crossing A River Stops To Rescue One Of Their Babies! You HAVE To See This!”



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    wheres the video? fail

  2. katy l says – reply to this


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    "Elephants are so loving and smart and amazing! We can't believe anyone would consider poaching!"
    You're against poaching yet you continue to support circuses that use bull hooks on elephants, all for your entertainment. Do some more research. I recommend "An Apology to Elephants"