IFS officer Susanta Nanda shared the video along with an important lesson about acting selflessly when someone needs help
Guwahati: Humans can always learn a thing or two from nature and the internet always offers such videos on life lessons. One such viral video was shared on Twitter by Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda where an elephant was seen rescuing an impala stuck in a waterhole.
The video shot at Kruger National Park showed a wild elephant in a herd pushing an impala with its leg to rescue the animal who was stuck in a waterhole. IFS officer Nanda shared the video along with an important lesson about acting selflessly when someone needs help.
"They don't know each other...They again might not be meeting each other...But that doesn't stop the elephant from rescuing an Impala caught in a waterhole (sic)," wrote Nanda wrote on Twitter.
Watch the video here: