The mother elephant reportedly decided to brag about her offspring while also showing Lily those who would help her in the case of danger.
In 2006, the Kenyan Wildlife Conservation Center rescued a newborn elephant female named Loijuk. The newborn elephant was abandoned without the assistance of larger elephants and nearly perished.
Loijuk was hungry and thirsty when she got to the people. The youngster couldn’t even stand on her own. People helped the cub, and when she recovered, they returned her to her family.
Loijuk never forgot that she had been rescued. She frequently visited the reserve’s region, where the center for animal protection is located. His staff always welcomed their ward with open arms.
The 14-year-old elephant returned to the villagers last September. This time, though, she was not alone. Loijuk brought her daughter this time (she was given the nickname Lily). The infant was rather little. She was just a few hours old. The mother elephant approached the center’s main caretaker, Benjamin Kialo. Loijuk not only let him pet his daughter but also breathe into his trunk – this is how the center’s personnel “acquaint” the animals with their fragrance.
The mother elephant reportedly decided to brag about her offspring while also showing Lily those who would assist her in the event of danger.
The elephants then left. They did, however, dwell near people. Loijuk and Lili are members of an elephant herd that lives on the reserve’s land, where personnel can keep an eye on them and occasionally feed them.