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Elephant Returns With Baby 10 Years After To Man Who Cared for It



Many people say an elephant does not forget. Photo source: India Today Source: UGC

An elephant without parents that was alone in the bush was rescued by officials of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Kenya under the organisation’s care, especially Benjamin’s, the animal grew healthily enough and returned into the wild Ten years after that departure, it returned with a baby to pay a visit to Benjamin and introduced the baby.

Sunyei returned with a baby Every day, Benjamin will see to the welfare of the baby, later named Sunyei. Sunyei was not the only infant in the nursery, there were others too.

The baby elephant grew up well and was released into the wild in 2009. A decade after and to everyone’s amazement, the animal returned to see Benjamin.

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This time around, Sunyei brought her newborn baby as some kind of way to introduce her to Benjamin. Sheldrick’s director, Rob, said that it seems the animal never forgot her old friend.

When the story was reshared on Instagram, it gathered tens of reactions from people. compiled some of them below: piwippen said: “Showing her child to Grandpa Benjamin!” takecare_polarbear said: “Imagine what that must feel like. So loved.”

lulucci83 said: “They do the most amazing job with elephants.” dogwithpurpose said: “We foster one of the orphans. I love watching them grow. It’s a family affair….”

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shawnsoden said: “Saw the world as much as he needed now back to chill with the fam.” the_nicole_marie said: “I am in tears this is just precious.”

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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