A playful elephant
Children are less eager to go to bed early than adults, who will do whatever to get a good night’s sleep.
They therefore want to put off the event as long as they can.
It turns out that infant animals as well as toddlers in humans resist going to bed.
An lovely elephant calf recently took the Internet by storm when she protested in the most endearing way possible when her caregivers said it was time for bed.
The incident took place at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a Kenyan organization that rescues infant beautiful elephants, and it soon gained notoriety online after being posted by the organization.
In the heartwarming video, Kinyei, a sweet baby elephant, tries to convince her guardian that it is daytime and not nighttime. The patient’s carer, nevertheless, is unimpressed!
According to the orphanage, Kinyei is an extremely intelligent, endearing, and sensitive mammal with an interesting life story.
Three years ago, a driver saw the young elephant heading into a pack of lions and acted quickly to stop it.
According to Sheldrick Trust, “She was fully alone and would have been extremely easy prey as soon as the lions felt pushed.”
Fortunately, destiny stepped in, and now little Kinyei makes our days happier.