Adorable Video Shows Newborn Elephant Trying To Take First Steps

It takes time for a baby to learn how to crawl, walk, and run, but when they try to learn it, it’s the best view to see in the entire world. From the first fall to their first steps, we’ll forever stay in awe.

In a recent video that went viral on the internet, a newborn elephant could be seen trying to take its first steps.

The video is winning the hearts of everyone.

Shared on Twitter, the video shows what it’s like to see an elephant baby taking its first steps.

Susanta Nanda, an Indian Forest Service Officer, shared the video on Twitter on February 6, 2020, and it is winning the hearts of users on social media.

The video shows a newborn elephant trying to take its first steps after standing up.

In the 25 second long video, the newborn baby can be seen falling on its trunk after its first try, but that didn’t stop it and got back up.

The elephant stood up and took its first steps.

Nanda shared the video along with the caption of: “A journey of a thousand miles begins with this small step.”

Fast fact, newborn elephants take around 1 hour to stand and a couple of hours to take their first steps.

Elephant calves are around 3 feet tall at birth and 99 percent of their births happen during night time, said IFS Susanta Nanda.

Twitter went crazy after the video was posted by the IFS officer.

Here are some of the comments people made after watching the video.

The video has over 11 thousand views, 1,300 likes, and 325 retweets.

What do you think about the video? Let us know what you think by leaving a comment in the comment section below!

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