Baby Elephants Play in Kruger National Park

A pair of playful baby elephants were recently seen having a delightful time at South Africa’s Kruger National Park, one of the largest game reserves in Africa.

The young elephants were observed engaging in a friendly tussle, climbing on each other, and blissfully ignoring a nearby car.

Inez Allin-Widow, a 32-year-old Dutch photographer from the Netherlands, happened to be visiting the park and captured the heartwarming moment.

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Allin-Widow expressed her fondness for observing elephants, particularly the young ones, as they never fail to bring a smile to her face.

The baby elephants seemed completely unbothered by the presence of onlookers and continued to play together.

Allin-Widow’s photos perfectly captured the elephants’ joy and affection during their playtime as they tumbled around and walked side by side across the park.

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Kruger National Park is renowned for its high density of wild animals, which includes lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and buffalo.

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Via: Daily Mail

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