An elephant orphanage in South Africa called Herd captured the walk home, with all of the elephants passing a dam and casting shadows on the water in the sunlight.
The dam was recharged by the downpours as of late. As each elephant comes into view, the caregiver in front of the camera gives us their names.
Sebakwe is the caboose, while Pisa is the leader of the pack. Additionally, Sebakwe is the largest elephant in the herd.
The smallest member of the herd is Khanyisa. She is still being fed through a bottle, while the other animals are eating grass.
They pass a few zebras and a pride of lions resting near a tree on their way to the homestead. They get within 100 meters of the lions, but everything remains peaceful.
They made it to the homestead, where Reply had three milk bottles ready for Khanyisa. She cheerfully gallops over to him, takes the first one, eats it, and moves on to the other two.
Khsnyisa is seen playing with the feet of the caregiver in the background after finishing three bottles.
They continue to transport Khanyisa to the grassy area where the other elephants are waiting for her after she giggles.
On her way there, she grabs a snack and eats it. Seeing these animals’ caretakers is so humbling. Please show your appreciation by sharing this video.