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Lioness Lola gave birth to triplet cubs at Chelyabinsk . (Video)

Cuteness Overload! Mama Elephant Introduces Newborn Calf to Herd (VIDEO)

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Jhon Doe

- October, 2022

Momma showing her baby but protecting it too. Love how they all form a protective circle around the baby. Baby is adorable. That's Absolutely Awesome... it's so beautiful watching how the Elephants form that... I call it: The Bum Circle... when all the Elephants stand in protective Circles around the Baby. So beautiful to see all the interactions. All the air sniffing and baby sniffing. Very nice footage.

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