The birds are chirping, the wind is blowing, the leaves are falling gently from the trees, and then meet the wild and unique animals named elephants. The forest holds some beautiful animals, that need to be highly protected.
This was a moment captured on film, displaying the unique and fascinating beauty of the wild animals. Unfortunately, they missed out on the moment. Asia, been a large continent, has those big and splendid forests, and most of them have elephant herds dwelling there.
One major issue that has been brought to attention, it’s the fact that elephants are shrinking. Back in the days, elephants used to be in large numbers, used to produce fertile off springs, and harmonious lives. Humans, been so heartless this days, have taken the wrong side and started poaching down the animals.
Greed is one thing that brings down this world of ours. Humans poaching elephants for their trunks, is something that’s inhumane. If you were an elephant, would you feel good if you saw people poaching your child? Would you feel safe, in an environment full of harmful people?
Elephants, on a high scale, are one of the unique animals out there. Why? They have trunks, relatively huge, beautiful, and have a nice way of living. Forget about other wild animals, elephants are on point. If they were domestic animals, I would train them to be awesome pets.
Photographers at some point, get the best out of everything. Have a look at how this photographer captured the lives of these amazing and beautiful creatures of the woods. He appreciates the wildlife and shares the beauty in the world around him. Indeed nature, together with the wild animals, make this world a better place.
This gorgeous elephant, in particular, has got a spark that captivates hearts, with a beautiful footage he unknowingly generates for the photographer. It would have been awesome if we could hear some background movement, and how the elephant blows his trumpet, ‘Music to our ears’.
It’s amazing how God created humans and animals to act at times the same. As human beings, we love and take care of each other as a family. We would take a bullet for family, get hit by a train, only to protect them at all costs.
In this case, elephants are protective and family oriented animals. The love that they share it’s unbreakable. As they travel, they move in herds and the young ones are always taken care of by the older members. It’s said that never leave your family member behind, and literally, elephant’s followed this rule.
Be rest assured, the young ones are always beside their elders, thus hard to hurt any of them. They become brutal if attacked as a herd. We too can react negatively if attacked when in large numbers. Basically, the world revolves around animals, human beings and the relationship we have.
Would you be loyal to your family like elephants? Elephants are so loyal to their families. At times, human beings should try to mimic how animals live together without disputes. Elephants are the total package!
If the elephants choose to travel in small herds, that is the mother and her infants, or in larger herds that is large adult elephants, the family bond is unbreakable. This is love that has no limits, for sure. It just so happens that when you notice this, it’s unmistakable.
The die hard funs of animals, know that these elephants mourn if one of the family members get hurt or killed along the way. Have you ever seen an animal shed tears, leave alone goats? Elephants do shed tears because of some reasons and produce sounds of mourning. Such dazzling features they got there!
Jasoprakas Debdas, the photographer, while on his adventure of sharing the beauty of this animal’s lifestyle, he captured a moment that will leave you speechless and shocked. The elephant on the road took matters seriously and got too near to the traveler on a bicycle. Would you guess what happened to him? Well, nothing happened to him. He flew from the scene as fast as possible.
The elephant doesn’t hesitate to claim his territory on the road. ‘The boss of his city’.
The traveler’s unaware situation has a reason behind it. Ever heard of ‘follow your instincts?’ Seriously, they don’t lie. His instincts were right when they sensed, that the photographer knew that there might be something else. Interestingly, there was something else that was too fine.
The female elephant hurriedly cleared the pathway for an entire herd of the elephant family. Isn’t this so lovely? She lifted her trunk, just like how we wave to each other and motioned them to pass just when the cost was clear.
The maternal instincts of this mother are ferocious and loving combined.
A wise man once said, “If having a soul means being able to feel love and loyalty and gratitude, then animals are better off than a lot of humans”. To see loving and protective relationships played out in animal wildlife is truly appealing and endearing to hearts. Other than appealing, it’s enrapturing to watch all this unfold!
Let’s take care of our animals in the wild, reduce poaching them, and try to create a conducive environment for them. Let them feel that they are safe out there in public, as they deserve peace too.
SAVE THE ANIMAL RACE!