After 14 months apart, elephants rush to greet a human friend who has returned home.

Elephants truly never forget. Darrick, who works for Elephant Nature Park/Save the Elephants, appears in this charming video. The Elephant is cheerfully greeted by a herd of elephants who rush over to him. Darrick hasn’t seen the Kham Lha herd in 14 months. He was in Cambodia for work on the critical Elephant Kavann Project.

The six large elephants hear him calling to them from down the stream and respond by trumpeting hello. Keep an eye out for them as they dash over to reunite with their friend. Hearing their joyful rumbles and seeing them encircle him warmed our hearts.


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