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Cute Baby Elephant’s First Steps

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  1. I just love animals! And another news… I just found out that Manila Zoo has a cute elephant named Mali, and she is the only elephant in the Philippines! She has lived there for almost all of her lives, for 36 years. The zoo should feel like her sweet and cozy home now. But then, I read some articles in PETAAsiaPacific.com, and I noticed that Mali is in fact sad and lonely! Look at her here: https://www.facebook.com/FreeMali. She is like a prisoner, who cannot spend her days with her friends, roam in vast territories, and have delicious adequate food! She even suffers from foot problems. Why does she deserve this?  Please Help Her!

  2. I just love animals! And another news… I just found out that Manila Zoo has a cute elephant named Mali, and she is the only elephant in the Philippines! She has lived there for almost all of her lives, for more than 30 years. The zoo should feel like her sweet and cozy home now. But then, I read some articles in PETAAsiaPacific.com, and I noticed that Mali is in fact sad and lonely! Look at her here: https://www.facebook.com/FreeMali. She is like a prisoner, who cannot spend her days with her friends, roam in vast territories, and have delicious adequate food! She even suffers from foot problems. Why does she deserve this?  Please Help Her!

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  4. well probably because the bigger elephant is like “ Yo kid, watch me, im doing it, you just gotta move your feet like this….“ but the baby is so suprised with the floor and not going forward xD,

  5. Lol I love how its mum is like „Dude are you watching me, lift up this foot! Naw you’re doing it wrong. Lets try starting off the back leg…“

  6. Adapted from the Wikipedia article „Elephant cognition“:
    A typical elephant death ritual .was witnessed by Anthony Hall-Martin, a South African biologist. The family of a dead matriarch gently touched her body with their trunks. They all rumbled loudly. Her calf shed tears & screamed. Then the herd fell silent. They threw leaves & dirt over the body & broke off tree branches to cover her. They spent two days quietly standing over her body. They sometimes left for water or food but would return.

  7. @shelloz09 Think about it. If a baby elephant doesn’t walk right away, it will be killed by predators– its parents can’t carry it around. A human child, however, does not need to walk right away as the parents are able to carry them away from danger….

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