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Mother & Baby Elephant Reunited After 3 Years Apart — Cute Video

Thu, April 9, 2015 10:13am EDT by 2 Comments

Break out the tissues, this is one of the most heartwarming videos you may ever witness. The beautiful story of a mother elephant being reunited with her baby after three years has taken the internet by storm — and for good reason! Click to watch!

Me-Bai, a baby elephant in Thailand, was separated from her mother in 2011 when she was sold off to a tourism company and was forced to give elephant rides. She was worked and worked until she could no longer endure anymore. That’s when Me-Bai was saved by the Elephant Nature Park and reunited with her mother.

Mother & Baby Elephant Reunited After Spending 3 Years Apart

A very touching video has gone viral and it’s bringing people to tears. A baby elephant from Thailand, was ripped away from her mother and sold off as a tourist attraction. After spending many years alone, riddled with fear and forced to give rides to tourists in Thailand, Me-Bai was rescued by Elephant Nature Park. She was fortunately placed into their “Elephant Rehabilitation Program.”

But the good news doesn’t stop there. Me-Bai’s wonderful new caretakers managed to locate her mother and decided to reunite the two. Workers and volunteers walked 62 miles to reunite the young elephant with her mother and after a four day excursion, the pair of elephants came trunk to trunk.

The Two Elephants Reunite In Touching Video

It’s so heartwarming to see the moment the two elephants were finally reunited. Me-Bai and her mother Mae Yui begin to dance around, flap their ears uncontrollably, and nuzzle each other. Their love is absolutely infectious.

“This is a beautiful moment,” Lek, a nature park worker who cares for the baby, says in the video. “She feels like the little baby again.”

Lek went on to say, “This can confirm to you that an elephant never forgets, especially the love of the elephant.”

Caretakers at Elephant Nature Park are now said to be working towards returning the pair to the wild. To find out how you can help these wonderful elephants, please click here!

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— Brittany King