Adorable elephants were seen climbing over one another and running around

Many moms struggle to keep their children under control when they’re playing in public.

So spare a thought for this female elephant struggling to keep her brood in one piece in the Kenyan wild. 

Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
The adorable baby elephants were captured play-fi.gh.ting as their mother watched on in the Kenyan wild 
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
One of the young rams its trunk and nose into the other’s side as they bound around in the wild at the Entim Camp in the Maasai Mara
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
The elephants let out cries of excitement as they ran amok in the wild under the eye of their mother and a wildlife photographer
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
One of the elephants starts running away from the rest of the animals in the Maasai Mara in Kenya. The collection of photographs will be used as part of an anti-poaching campaign in Kenya
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
Despite their mother’s efforts, the young continue their play-time, smashing in to one another in the hope of victory
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
‘Settle down’: Two adult elephants from the babies’ herd approach them to try to calm the boisterous animals down as they continue to play
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
Enough’s enough: The two young place their heads together to continue the fun before their mother steps in to break up their embrace
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
One of the young tries to make a quick escape from the adults’ rule but is swiftly picked up by its tail. 
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
After settling down the herd continues on its jaunt through the wild. Photographer Margot Raggett said watching the animals play could bring hours of entertainment

As the animals walked through the camp, they were seen jumping over each other and raising their front legs. Their mother was watching on.

Eventually, they were separated from their mother by the stronger pull of her trunk.

Wildlife photographer Margot Raggatt captured their joy from a vehicle nearby, producing a stunning series of images that will be part of an anti- po.ac.hing campaign.

‘They were running around like toddlers, out of control and having a fantastic time.’ Ms.Raggett said.

While they were chasing and jumping on each other, the older elephants seemed to have been futilely trying to keep the younger ones under control. It was hilarious.

Eventually, one baby elephant came and checked out our car and even tried to charge us at one point by pretending it was bigger than it actually was.

Elephants are playful and innocent creatures who can bring hours of enjoyment and fun.

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Many moms struggle to keep their children under control when they’re playing in public.

So spare a thought for this female elephant struggling to keep her brood in one piece in the Kenyan wild. 

Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
The adorable baby elephants were captured play-fi.gh.ting as their mother watched on in the Kenyan wild 
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
One of the young rams its trunk and nose into the other’s side as they bound around in the wild at the Entim Camp in the Maasai Mara
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
The elephants let out cries of excitement as they ran amok in the wild under the eye of their mother and a wildlife photographer
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
One of the elephants starts running away from the rest of the animals in the Maasai Mara in Kenya. The collection of photographs will be used as part of an anti-poaching campaign in Kenya
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
Despite their mother’s efforts, the young continue their play-time, smashing in to one another in the hope of victory
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
‘Settle down’: Two adult elephants from the babies’ herd approach them to try to calm the boisterous animals down as they continue to play
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
Enough’s enough: The two young place their heads together to continue the fun before their mother steps in to break up their embrace
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
One of the young tries to make a quick escape from the adults’ rule but is swiftly picked up by its tail. 
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Adorable Elephants Were Seen Climbing Over One Another And Running Around
After settling down the herd continues on its jaunt through the wild. Photographer Margot Raggett said watching the animals play could bring hours of entertainment

As the animals walked through the camp, they were seen jumping over each other and raising their front legs. Their mother was watching on.

Eventually, they were separated from their mother by the stronger pull of her trunk.

Wildlife photographer Margot Raggatt captured their joy from a vehicle nearby, producing a stunning series of images that will be part of an anti- po.ac.hing campaign.

‘They were running around like toddlers, out of control and having a fantastic time.’ Ms.Raggett said.

While they were chasing and jumping on each other, the older elephants seemed to have been futilely trying to keep the younger ones under control. It was hilarious.

Eventually, one baby elephant came and checked out our car and even tried to charge us at one point by pretending it was bigger than it actually was.

Elephants are playful and innocent creatures who can bring hours of enjoyment and fun.

Source: natureandwildlife.tv

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