Witness as lions and elephants encounter one other, nature dramatizes


An elephant orphanage in South Africa by the name of Herd captured footage of the elephants returning home by passing a dam and throwing their shadows on the water in the sunshine.

The fresh rains recharged the dam. Each elephant that comes into view is given a name by the caregiver hiding behind the camera.

Sebakwe is the caboose, whereas Pisa is the leader of the group. The largest elephant in the herd is Sebakwe.

The smallest of the herd is Khanyisa. When the others are fed grass, she is still being bottle-fed.

They pass some zebras on the way to the homestead and get within 100 meters of a pride of lions lounging next to a tree, but nothing happens.

They arrived at the farm, where Respond was waiting for Khanyisa with three milk bottles.

She gallops excitedly over to him, takes up the first one, downs it, and then moves on to the following two.

Khsnyisa may be seen behind the camera playing with the caregiver’s feet after consuming three bottles.

They continue to transport Khanyisa to the grassy area where the other elephants are waiting for her after she giggles.

On the way there, she picks up a snack and consumes it.

Seeing those who take care of these creatures is extremely humbling.

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