An adorable video of a cute little elephant was shared by Supriya Sahu, Principal Secretary Environment Climate Change & Forests, Government of Tamil Nadu.
The video shows Tamil Nadu forest officials re-uniting the one-month-old jumbo with its herd in Mudumalai National Park in the Nilgiri mountains.
“A kutty baby elephant was reunited with the family after rescue by TN foresters in Mudumalai. Most heartwarming indeed. Kudos,” tweeted Supriya.
“Incredible outpouring of love on the kutty baby elephant who was reunited with the herd by #TNForesters. The kutty blows a big trumpet while approaching the mother.Well done Sachin,Vengatesh Prabhu,Prasad,Vijay,George Praveenson,Thamba Kumar,Aneesh,Kumar, & APW teams Pandalur,” she wrote in another tweet.
The little elephant even blew its trumpet upon seeing its mother.
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