Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see the world from a completely different perspective than your own? Like say, what lunch time would be like through the eyes of a baby African elephant? Look no further than this video!

These little elephants are rescued orphans living at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) in Kenya. Most of these young calves came to the sanctuary because their parents were killed for their ivory, but thankfully, these kind caretakers have happily stepped in to serve as their foster parents until they’re big enough to return to the wild. Life at the sanctuary is filled with walks, free time to snack on the wild greenery, and the ever-important dust bath – a pretty fun set up for a young elephant!

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While these babies would ideally have never had to be rescued from the tragic situations that they were, we are so glad that they are in skilled and loving hands at DSWT. To learn more about the amazing work that this organization does, check out their website and Facebook page.