A BABY ELEPHANT AND A BABY WALRUS: BOTH HAVE A HAPPY ENDING!


Friday, October 19th, 2012 | Filed under Musings




I found these news clips and I couldn’t resist sharing.  Especially on a Friday…

I mean, is there anything cuter than a huge, wrinkley, whiskery, baby animal?!

The only thing better would have been if I had found a baby hippo or baby rhino video as well!

Anyway, I had this walrus video on my desktop because I found their faces adorable – even though they weigh A LOT and could push a piano or a refrigerator without a second look – I found their incredibly agile, bulbous bodies and whiskery faces very engaging.

The story is that these two walrus pups just happened to have been found abandoned in a very isolated part of Alaska.  For some reason, the right humans were in the right spot at the right time to know what to do and facilitate their rescue.

Now these cuties are being moved into aquariums, which is sad.  I think because they are fairly endangered, scientists are keeping these two to add to the captured gene pool.

Click here to watch the news clip!

 

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These orphan walruses are too cute!

 

ELEPHANT REUNION!

This one speaks for itself…

The little baby runs as fast as her little feet could take her – back to her Mama!

Click here to watch the video!

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Only one comment so far...

  1. Arliss

    Love! Thanks so much for sharing these. The walruses are adorable, and the elephant video brought tears to my eyes. What a great organization the Amboseli Trust for Elephants is.

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