Elephants hold trunks to protect calf, internet says ‘caring parents’

Watch: Elephants lock trunks to protect calf, Internet says 'caring parents'

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A video recently shared on Twitter by Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda has gone viral. In the video it can be seen that two elephants with their calf had just crossed the road and as a bus drives by both elephants interlock their trunks to form a protective barrier for the calf. The video currently has more than 39,000 views and 2,433 likes.

The clip was shared with the caption, “Gentlely the gentle giants embrace to cover the little calf.”

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“They covered their offspring so nicely,” commented one user.

One person wrote: “These are caring parents/family and they ensure the minor’s safety!”

“This is caring and love at its finest. We should be careful when entering their territory. We should show respect to each and every being,” a report reads.

One person said, “These gentle giants are very protective of whose lands have been encroached upon by selfish people.”

“These kinds of videos spread positivity and hope. I loved this video thanks for posting it,” wrote one user.

This isn’t the first time elephant intelligence has been witnessed in video. A video was recently shared on Twitter of an elephant imitating a little girl’s dance steps. The clip was shared by Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Dipanshu Kabra.

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In the clip, a little girl danced by moving her body left and right. After seeing this, the elephant also shook its head and ears in an attempt to imitate her steps.

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In the comments section, people were blown away by the cuteness of the elephant and the little girl.

“This video is very cute! Both the girl and the elephant are really cute,” commented one user.

The video received more than 38,000 views and 1,916 likes.

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