Baby Elephant’s mud bath goes viral on the internet
We all enjoy watching animal videos. Do you agree? It would not be incorrect to suggest that such videos make the world a better place. And, thanks to the Internet, we can quickly obtain such clips.
So, if you’re feeling down in the dumps, we’ve been trawling through the animal videos and have come across an extremely lovely baby elephant showing off her bathing skills.
For some, this is regular bathing, while for others, it is just “flop and flail.” Olorien, the baby elephant, likes to bathe in this manner, and we are not complaining.
The official Twitter page of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust tweeted a snippet of Olorien taking a bath on Thursday, and it is completely capturing our hearts. Olorien, a member of the herd, can be seen rolling in the mud and having a good time in the video.
Each elephant has their own distinctive bathing style and little mud monster Olorien's can best be described as "flop and flail"! She's an orphan who beat the odds to survive. Find out how we've been helping her: https://t.co/CZg3l5XrPc pic.twitter.com/5OkbRrhGpv
— Sheldrick Wildlife (@SheldrickTrust) September 8, 2021
This Kenyan wildlife foundation is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of orphaned baby elephants. Olorien was rescued in June 2020 when herdsmen in the Maasai Mara’s Siana district reported a lone calf attempting to follow their animals.
Users quickly flocked to the video to leave encouraging remarks. One of them even wanted to play in the mud with her.
I could watch baby elephants roll in the mud all day long in fact if I was there I would roll in the mud with them and I have the best time💞🤣🐘
— Joanne Horowitz (@joannehorowitz) September 9, 2021
Since it was posted late last night, the video has gone viral due to its very charming elements and we’re not surprised. The video has received over 7,000 views so far.
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