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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the incredible moment a baby elephant takes its first wobbly steps just seconds after being born. The elephant calf was born at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. The young mammal left its keepers in awe after it desperately tried to walk for the very first time. Striking footage captured the moment, which shows the youngster tentatively getting to her feet and attempting a few wobbly first steps, aided by her doting mother, Farina. The female calf is now part of the largest elephant herd in a European zoo ? bringing their numbers to 22, of which 20 are Asian and two African. The zoo's head of elephants Rob Conachie, said: "She's very, very strong. She was up on her feet extremely quickly. This is another step forward in protecting an endangered species. There are only 38,000 of these fantastic elephants left in the wild today so everyone that we breed, especially females, are critically important.". 28 Jun 2019 Pictured: Adorable baby elephant born at Pairi Daiza. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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