Watch the beautiful video of baby Elephants stampede
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A beautiful video of a girl witnessing a stampede of baby elephants went viral after it was posted online.
The baby elephants were returning to their shelters for dinner after spending their day in the forest.
The amazing video was filmed at the David Sheldrake Wildlife Trust in Kenya, which is also known as the Elephant Orphanage. It is located near Nairobi National Park and home to Rhinos Calves and Elephant Calves.
David Sheldrake Wildlife Trust was established by Daphene Sheldrake. The widow of Kenya’s well-known Game Wardens David Sheldrake.
The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (SWT) operates the most successful orphan-elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world and embraces all measures that complement the conservation, preservation, and protection of wildlife including anti-poaching, safeguarding the natural environment, enhancing community awareness and providing veterinary assistance to animals in need, according to its website.
The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (SWT) is one of Africa’s oldest wildlife charities and a leading conservation organisation.
The beautiful video, which was filmed at the David Sheldrake Wildlife Trust, shows a girl witnessing a stampede of baby elephants as they return to their shelters for dinner.
The video instantly went viral after it was shared online and received thousands of likes and comments.
One user wrote: ‘Just a nice video full of cute things ❤’ while another said: ‘I love it! She was trying to get a cute photo and ended up with a once in a lifetime experience. So cool!’
The third one wrote: ‘What a delightful young lady, to have witnessed such an adorable experience. What’s not to love about elephants??’
One user said: ‘Awesome to see how happy she was to see them’ while another wrote: ‘look at them so happy for their dinner!’
At the David Sheldrake Wildlife Trust, they also give you an option to adopt the animals.
If you adopt one, you can also witness this amazing sight.