New Delhi | Jagran Trending Desk: Wildlife is one thing which always delights us and what is better than a baby elephant taking its first step. Recently, Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda shared an adorable video of a baby elephant trying to walk for the very first time and it is winning the heart of millions.

Nanda shared the twenty-nine-second video on his Twitter handle and it has reached 84k views in just one day. He captioned it as, “A twenty minutes old calf. Finding its feet & dancing into his new world. A feet that will take him miles & miles in coming days.”

People are admiring and showering their love on the comment section. A user commented, “The joy that the mother and child is experiencing is literally infectious. May the child grow up to enjoy the abundant fruits that mother Nature provides.”

Another user wrote, “20 Min old! Oh...cute....trying to balancing Mom .... enjoys the effort her baby makes to walk Watching such beautiful scenes relaxes and makes us more attached to the eco system. TQ for sharing.” 

“And the mother is so excited and worried about the young one” said another.

Take a look at the beautiful video:

Most of the users also condole the recent case of a soon-to-be mother elephant’s death. “Such cute calf. How did the murderers have the heart to feed explosives to the wonderful Elephant,” wrote a user. 

Another user wrote, “Just wake up. And such image reflect mind so much it gives positive sign, a beautiful day crossing. Although a deep grief remain still for Kerela's Elephant.”

Recently, the death of an elephant in Kerala had brought outrage on social media. The elephant had consumed a pineapple filled with powerful firecrackers which exploded in the animal's mouth in the Silent Valley Forest and it died about a week later on May 27.

Just after a few days amid the nationwide anger and outrage over the brutal killing of the elephant, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan assured people that their concerns on the matter will be addressed and said, “Serious investigation is going on and justice will prevail.”

Later, the Environment Ministry on Monday said in a tweet that preliminary investigations into the death of a pregnant elephant in Kerala have found that it may have accidentally consumed a fruit-filled with crackers.

The Ministry further noted that locals often resorted to illegal acts of planting fruits filled with explosives to repel wild boars from entering plantation farms.

However, the Ministry had held a meeting with several officials to discuss the progress in the matter, results are still awaited.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma