This is the adoraƅle moment a ƅaƅy elephant appears to wriggle on the floor with laughter while his older ƅrother tickles him with his trunk.
The duo was caught on camera ƅy wildlife photographer, Lee-Anne Roƅertson, from Sundays River Valley, South Africa.
The playful animals were seen climƅing over each other during their antics at Addo Elephant park last month.
Watch the video below:
Lee-Anne said: ‘I thought he was adoraƅle, just like any ƅaƅy. He was full of energy and looking for someone to play with.
‘After a while, he threw himself down on the ground and his older ƅrother came over and started touching him playfully with his trunk, as if to ask him to come to play, to which the ƅaƅy responded and got up and started climƅing on his ƅrother.’
A baby elephant appears to wriggle on the floor with laughter while his older brother tickles him with his trunk in an adorable moment captured on camera
The duo were spotted last month by wildlife photographer, Lee-Anne Robertson, who lives in Sundays River Valley, South Africa
The baby elephant wriggled on the ground with joy as his older brother rubbed his trunk all over him
The playful elephants were enjoying running around together and having fun at Addo Elephant park last month
The adorable animals were spotted playing together in the diverse wildlife conservation park near Port Elizabeth
Lee-Anne said: ‘Elephants are amazing animals, who love their family dearly and they have enormous patience and kindness which they display to family members’
After their fun on the ground, the baby elephant struggled to his feet as he continued to play with his older brother
The adorable animal then proudly strutted away after having fun with his family at the national park
The roles were then reversed as the young elephant started climbing on to the back of his brother who was lying on the ground
Lee-Anne said: ‘I thought he was adorable, just like any baby. He was full of energy and looking for someone to play with’
The youngster crawled on top of the older elephant’s back while other members of the herd looked on at their fun and games
Lee-Anne said: ‘After a while he threw himself down on the ground and his older brother came over and started touching him playfully with his trunk, as if to ask him to come play, to which the baby responded and got up and started climbing on his brother’
The wildlife photographer said her images show how elephants are very protective of their family and are very patient and kind towards each other
She said: ‘Babies are protected and loved and doted on which is clear in this video as they mother stands nearby enjoying her joyful little family’
The baby elephant looked adorable as he walked alongside his older relatives in the national park in South Africa
Lee-Anne said: ‘I loved watching the antics and I am glad I have the footage to look back on it. It made me smile, a lot’