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

Orphan elephant introduces newborn baby to her extended human-elephant family (VIDEO)


Jhon Doe

- October, 2022

Like a proud aunt, SWT shares the happy news with the world. Congratulations mama Wendy on your new baby. Welcome to the world, Wimbi. May you thrive, be safe and know that you are loved by we eliie lovers.❤️🐘❤️🐘❤ Those babies are so little, tiny and cute. I worry if one of the big elephants accidentally stepped on it when they lay down, could be devastating. Since Wendy comes back with each birth, do her children feel safe and comfortable around the keepers as they grow? I wonder what Wendy has communicated in elephant language. Sometimes I think the moms try to make it home b4 birth and that’s how you get introduced to the babies days after birth. It makes you wonder if they think their babies are supposed to stay there for a split second. These ex-orphans bringing home their babies and visiting the keepers are more compassionate than humans.

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