Baby Elephant Hugs Forest Officer, Beautiful Photos Go Viral, It Has Won People’s Hearts
The post about the baby elephant and the forest official has won people’s hearts. Nothing warms the heart more than watching the bonhomir between humans and animals, in an adorable picture a baby elephant is seen giving a forest ranger a ‘hug’. The picture showcases baby elephant standing by the officer’s leg and wraps its little trunk around officer’s leg in the sweetest way possible.
The picture truly captures the “love has no language” epitah.The picture has been winning hearts online since it was uploaded on October 14. Officer Kaswan further informed that the hug was the calf’s way of expressing gratitude after the calf was reunited with its mother. A picture posted by IFS officer Parveen Kaswan has been winning the hearts online.
“Love has no language,” this is how a caption shared along with a photo of IFS employee Parveen Kaswan began. This post showcases a sweet interaction between a baby elephant and a forest official. It’s likely that the healthy viral photo not only makes you smile but also fills you with a warm feeling.
“A baby elephant is hugging a ranger officer. The team rescued this calf and reunited with its mother,” Kaswan wrote while sharing the image in the rest of the caption.
The photo shows two people and a baby elephant standing in a forest. The cute little animal was seen hugging the leg of one of the men with its trunk. The post, since being shared, has garnered more than 14,000 likes, and the number is only growing. Sharing has also caused people to post different comments.
“Love has no limitations. Heart melts for the act of official and gesture by the elephant calf,” wrote a Twitter user. “Love animals…. Such special news… Gives relief to eyes and mind,” posted another. “Love, kindness, gratitude are all universal language. Understood across regions and species,” commented a third. While responding to his own post, Kaswan also added that the image was taken by officials from the Tamil Nadu Forest Service. “The picture is pure beauty.
Giving more details, IFS officer Sudha Ramen shared the incident whcih happened on October 6 when the little calf is seen happily walking through the forest on its way to meet its mother. The infant elephant was “guarded with Z+ security” of the Tamil Nadu Foresters team, officer Sudha mentioned.
“Earlier, the calf was found alone and ɪɴᴊᴜʀᴇᴅ. Tamil Nadu forest team ʀᴇsᴄᴜᴇᴅ ᴛʀᴇᴀᴛᴇᴅ unescorted the little one to join with the mother,” she added.
How do elephants show affection: Elephants use their trunks much like people use their hands, and the ends of their trunks are more sensitive than human fingertips. Trunks have as many as 100,000 different muscles and play a central role in the animals’ communication with each other. Elephants stroke or caress each others’ heads and backs with their trunks to console or comfort loved ones.
Vocalizations: Elephants produce a variety of different sounds, some of which they use to express friendliness, love and affection. They also trumpet to express happiness and joy.
Body Language: Elephants rely on touch and visual cues frequently to express emotions. They also have a number of playful, friendly gestures such as flapping ears or flicking tails that express their feelings of camaraderie.