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Elephants Walking In Queue Stuns Twitter, Netizens Laud Their Discipline

Elephants are usually known to be social ad mischievous, however, the short video shared by IFS officer Susanta Nanda showed them moving in a straight queue

Elephants walking in queue stuns twitter, netizens laud their discipline

A video clip of elephants heading towards a water source in a straight line has left netizens in pleasant surprise. Elephants are usually known to be mischievous, however, the short video shared by IFS officer Susanta Nanda showed them moving in a straight queue in dry grassland. The short clip has received a variety of comments from netizens who have showered plaudits on elephants for their disciplined behaviour. 

'Guess the number'

In the caption, Nanda revealed that the clip was shot in Africa. He added that the herd was big, before asking users to guess the number of tuskers in the herd. The post has received 3.4k views, 406 likes and 69 retweets as for now. Meanwhile, netizens lauded the discipline of the giant tuskers and wished if humans learnt it too.

 

Read: YouTube's First-Ever Video Features A Boy In Close Proximity With Elephants; Watch

Read: Photo Of Elephant Entering A House Breaks Internet, Netizens Ask 'who Is He Looking For?'

In a similar incident, a clip of giant herd of elephants crossing a highway in Thailand left internet astonished. A group of nearly 50 tuskers, adults and calves included, crossed a busy road in Chachoengsao, near Bangkok stopping traffic. The footage that has emerged online shows dozens of people gathering to view the spectacle of the majestic animals stomping through their way.

Read: Thailand: Herd Of Elephants Crosses Highway, Traffic Stops To Watch The 'amazing Sight'

Read: Kerala: Elephant 'patrols' Streets At Night Amid COVID-19 Lockdown, Watch Video

 

 

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