An elephant grabbed hold of several brand new mangoes directly from the forest.
If there is one fruit that’s synonymous using the summer, it has to be the ‘king associated with fruits’ – mango. The fairly sweet, juicy delight has a number of local varieties found across the country. Mango could be had raw, as juice or even dessert, or even with your favourite roti, puri or rice dish! It offers a unique appeal to people across all ages, and as it turns out even animals possess a soft corner for this indulgent fresh fruit. A video has surfaced on Tweets of an elephant trying to grab your hands on some mangoes from a mango forest. Take a look:
It’s mango time. Just how can the giant be denied to get the taste of king of fresh fruits????
It shakes gently the forest to enjoy a sweet snack…. pic.twitter.com/yd98WolRnh
— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) May 12, 2020
The adorable video has been shared by Susanta Nanda that is an IFS officer. It was loved and retweeted with several thousand sights on the micro-blogging website. The hippo in the video first tried to get in touch with grab onto the low-hanging fresh fruit on the tree. When he could not reach the fruit, he simply snapped up the tree with his trunk plus shook it lightly so that the mangoes would fall. Then he proceeded in order to savour the sweet rewards associated with his efforts!
The video pleased the internet with several reactions plus comments pouring in. Some people the video ‘adorable’ and praised the particular elephant for his quick considering too. Other Twitter users considered whether the fruit was too bitter for his taste. Take a look at the particular reactions:
Such adorable sight ????
— S… (@Owl_Princess_) May 12, 2020
Big Boy consumes the Gutli also?
— Mahesh Engineer (@maheshengineer) May 12, 2020
Most of them will be unripe and sour not fairly sweet, isn’t it? Do elephants such as sourness?
— Leela (@LeelaSamson1) May 12, 2020
Beauty with brain
— Rin kimi ???????? (@Rin_kimi_Rk) May 12, 2020
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