How lovely, they know who loves & care for them. That is so wonderful. 💖
Elephants have a great memory, and here we are this elephant mamma is so grateful for the people who love her, and so the most precious thing she has, she wants to share it with them ❤️🤩😊
Yatta is an orp.haned elephant raised in Kenya by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. She lived there for ten years beginning in 1999 and then returned to the wilderness.
Yatta has never forgotten the people who looked after her after she left the reserve more than eight years ago. As a result, she decided to pay them a surprise visit. Only this time she wasn’t alone, but she had her newborn calf with her.
The caregivers didn’t miss a beat, and they even named the baby Yoyo. Yatta also appears to have given birth to her first child, a female named Yetu.
Caretaker Rob Brandford share: She’s a proud momma. And in a show of absolute trust and affection, she brought her newest baby back to meet the people who saved her.
Brandford said proudly: We have not only saved an orphan baby and raised her, but she has successfully returned to the wild and started her own family. For elephants, family is everything — so it’s no surprise that they choose to share their new family member with their former human carers, for they are part of their family!
Even though it is common for orp.haned elephants to return to where they were raised, the caretakers said it is always amazing. And it’s truly amazing to see those wild animals sharing special moments with the humans who used to care for them. Just like Yatta.
Imagine our delight when she chose to share her second birth with us, returning to her former stockades and her human family, so that we could be a part of celebrating the arrival of her new baby — a healthy little boy!
That is so wonderful and caring she trust the ones who saved her enough to show them her baby She is a very loving mother.
Lovely Mama elephant 🐘 saying thank you for saving her life. Such knowing animals.💖
How absolutely precious and adorable. What a special moment.
God Bless them both. Bless all the people who care for these beautiful animals.
This is so neat! Elephants 🐘 have an emotional response to so many things. They mourn their de.ad and remember loving deeds done to them by caring people.
At least 49 wild-born calves have been brought back to meet the men who raised their orphaned mothers.
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