Five-year-old Faa Mai does aerobics and won netizens’ hearts

Baby Faa Mai shows that being the most giant land animal has nothing to do with doing an aerobics exercise.

The talented 5-year-old girl mastered the faucet and perfected her performing skills at Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

The dramatic video shows the baby elephant curiously picking up the hose pipe and wrapping it around her trunk before hurling it into the air.

Nature And Wildlife Tv | Five-Year-Old Faa Mai Does Aerobics And Won Netizens' Hearts
Feeling anything but blue: Faa Mai twirls a hose-pipe around with amazing skill
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Five-Year-Old Faa Mai Does Aerobics And Won Netizens' Hearts
Faa Mai perfected her skills at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The 3-minute clip captures the playful 5-year-old elephant demonstrating skills that would rival the world’s top gymnasts as she loops the hose around her trunk.

And another herd member even seemed to pass by and watch Faa Mai’s incredible performance before the pair greeted each other with a heartfelt hug.

Mr. Pooh, who works at the nature park, said: ‘It was a complete coincidence when she found the so-called ‘hula hoop’ shown in the video.

Nature And Wildlife Tv | Five-Year-Old Faa Mai Does Aerobics And Won Netizens' Hearts
Faa Mai cannot contain her happiness as she frolics with the hose
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Five-Year-Old Faa Mai Does Aerobics And Won Netizens' Hearts
Faa Mai twirls the hose round and round
Nature And Wildlife Tv | Five-Year-Old Faa Mai Does Aerobics And Won Netizens' Hearts
Faa Mai’s antics attract the attention of a nearby friend

‘But what was funny is that it was not actually a hula hoop or a ribbon – it was a giant faucet that the staff bought to get water from the river.

‘With tons of curiosity, she grabbed the faucet and started fooling around with it.

‘We were all delighted to see her and didn’t hesitate to capture the precious moment on camera.

‘It was like seeing your child play with a new favorite toy as a proud parent.’

Source: natureandwildlife.tv

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