Last Updated:

Elephant Herd Huddles In A Mud Pond, Monkey Attempts 'kidnapping'; Netizens Overwhelmed

Amid the lockdown across the country, a herd of elephants huddled in a mud pond in Chhattisgarh's Gariaband town, in an undated video shared on Sunday

Elephants

Amid the lockdown across the country, a herd of elephants huddled in a mud pond in Chhattisgarh's Gariaband town, in an undated video shared on Sunday. Taking to Twitter, Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Mayank Agrawal posted the video of the elephants in the mud pond and asked Netizens if they can count how many elephants are there. He further said that amid the lockdown, all good things are "wild and free."

Netizens React

Reacting to the video, several Netizens on Twitter were thrilled. Here are some of the responses:

 Read: IFS officer shares video of small elephant family swimming across river at Periyar

Read: 'This is dangerous': Monkey rides in on bike, tries to 'kidnap' baby in hair-raising video

Monkey tries to kidnap baby

Meanwhile, on Monday, in an alarming video that has gone viral, a monkey was seen trying to 'kidnap' a child in broad daylight. In the undated video shared by Indian Forest Service (IFS) Officer Susanta Nanda, the monkey is seen riding a cycle towards a group of kids who are playing. As soon as he gets close to the children, he jumps off his bike and leaps onto a child. The child in the yellow t-shirt was then dragged for about 30 feet before people ran in to intervene. As soon as he saw people approaching, the monkey ditched his kidnapping attempt letting the confused child go and ran away. 

Read: Video of Dolphins in Meerut breaks internet amid COVID-19 lockdown | Watch

Read: Viral video of hospital staff cheering COVID-19 survivor with music is touching

 

 

Get the latest entertainment news from India & around the world. Now follow your favourite television celebs and telly updates. Republic World is your one-stop destination for trending Bollywood news. Tune in today to stay updated with all the latest news and headlines from the world of entertainment.

First Published:
By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water
SAVE WATER NOW
PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR