Baby Elephant Is Saved By Its Mother After Getting Stranded In A Waterhole While Taking A Bath

This baby elephant got stuck in the mud while he was bathing and had to be pulled out by its mother’s enormous trunk. The baby elephant was taking a tranquil swim when he became stranded and fought to lift itself out of the lake.

The mother came near the baby and used her own trunk as a crane to lift the three-month-old calf out and carried it to safety. Once it had finally returned to dry land, the little elephant was able to wander away from the watering hole.

Photographer Ken Watkins from Greyton, Sᴏᴜᴛʜ Aғʀɪᴄᴀ, went to Hwange National Park in Zɪᴍʙᴀʙᴡᴇ to take pictures of the elephants and he saw the sᴄᴇɴᴇ.

According to this 64-year-old man, small elephants occasionally fell into the water at the national park, and this one couldn’t escape. The mother was struggling to free the calf as the rest of the herd had already left.

The calf, which he was worried about, was rescued from the water by its mother in about two minutes. They both wandered off into the distance to dry off after the mother dragged the calf to safety. That was a really beautiful sᴄᴇɴᴇ and everyone would love it when seeing it.

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