In this still from a video shows naughty Akiwe steal the milk left in the bottle.
If you plan for a wildlife safari, Africa has the most distinct and stunning locations and the best source to be electronically unplugged from the modern world (internet is available, but ignore it; turn off the cellphone; no newspapers, radio or television).
The diversity of game in Kenya is simply astounding. Many videos of elephants on the Internet are brilliant, humorous and sometimes testimonies of their mischievous behaviour.
A similar case has been reported in relation to the young elephant, Akiwe, who is at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a wildlife restoration centre near the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, where elephant orphans are rescued.
In this video, the elephant is trying to steal the milk left in the bottle. Twitter users were very happy to see that and expressed his extraordinary interest in it, while others said how the elephant behaved like a naughty human baby.
It should be noted that this video clip of an elephant is the best example of interesting videos available on the internet.
This video has been shared on Twitter and it's so good it can't be missed!
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