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(Video) Adorable Moments Shared, Elephants Swim Across Kenyir Lake

Elephants are actually the largest existing land animals. There are three living species are currently recognized which are the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant, and the Asian elephant. They are an informal grouping within the family Elephantidae of the order Proboscidea. Elephantidae is the only surviving family of proboscideans, extinct members include the mastodons. Extinct groups would include mammoths and straight-tusked elephants.

All of these studies about elephants that have been done, there are still some potential abilities that many people still do not see in these elephants. They actually have a lot of amazing abilities that they can do because they are actually such magnificent beings to look at and to be appreciated. That is what happened in the video goes viral on TikTok.

@nanietailor_Ni spatutnya rakaman awal si gajah hebat dan cute #alongtoman2 #gajahliar #gajahberenang #tasikkenyir♬ original sound – Liton Biswas

In the video posted by Nanie Tailor on TikTok, the elephants can be seen to be swimming in the water because they are trying to go from an island to another island. They swim in the herd to ensure the safety of all the elephants. That actually such amazing scenery to watch elephants doing. Glad that they are able to record it.

@nanietailor_Tasik dalam pun hebat gajah ni 😍 ##tasikkenyir ##gajahberenang♬ Remix Alfathh – ZIN

Sources: TikTok Nanie Tailor.

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