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Hilarious moment elephant calf fails to cross over a fallen tree stump

This is the adorable moment a baby elephant and its family walk through an area cleared by lumberjacks. 

The incident happened Chowkham village, in north east India, on Monday afternoon. 

Locals said the young elephant is called Phantom, while its mother is Maruti and the the second adult is seven-year-old Babulal.  

Phantom the elephant

Phantom the elephant

Phantom the elephant

Phantom the elephant

Phantom the elephant was filmed struggling to cross a fallen tree trunk in Chowkham village, in north east India, on Monday afternoon

The elephant family are regulars in the village and a local tends to them and uses one for rides

The elephant family are regulars in the village and a local tends to them and uses one for rides

The elephant family are regulars in the village and a local tends to them and uses one for rides

Phantom the elephant, pictured in happier times, is a regular in the village

Phantom the elephant, pictured in happier times, is a regular in the village

Phantom the elephant, pictured in happier times, is a regular in the village 

The footage shows the young calf trying to cross a fallen log to be with his brother. 

Phantom’s mother is happy to looks on. 

Locals said the three elephants live in the jungle which which surrounds the camp. 

One man is known to tend to the elephants and offers them to tourists for rides.  

Locals and tourists enjoy feeding the elephant family whenever they are around the village

Locals and tourists enjoy feeding the elephant family whenever they are around the village

Locals and tourists enjoy feeding the elephant family whenever they are around the village 

The elephants were regulars in Chowkham village in north east India, pictured,

The elephants were regulars in Chowkham village in north east India, pictured,

The elephants were regulars in Chowkham village in north east India, pictured, 

Locals and tourists enjoy feeding the elephants, pictured, when they visit the village

Locals and tourists enjoy feeding the elephants, pictured, when they visit the village

Locals and tourists enjoy feeding the elephants, pictured, when they visit the village 

Source: Daily Mail |World News

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