Pete Bax
BABY ELEPHANT WALKING
By: Pete Bax
Catalog ID: 335657   Duration: 1:32   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 70   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Animal Music | Animal themes music (bears, gators, hyenas, rats & more)
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Conveying the sense of a toddler that is large and plodding, but nonetheless filled with the exuberance of youth. The catchy, jazzy simplicity of the tune has made it a most popular work. You can feel the Baby Elephant Walking which they do very carefully. "Elephants are almost human animals,"   Keywords: care, love, elephant, rescue, animal, film, worry, concern, problem, anxiety, fear, protection, treatment, nature nurture nursing tending walking



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Long Description: Baby Elephant Walking, Animal Music, Animal Themes Music, instrumental music, background music and royalty-free songs

Keywords: How do you heal a traumatized orphan elephant? Only one person had the answer: Daphne Sheldrick, who runs an elephant orphanage in Nairobi National Park. She sent a recipe for baby elephant formula, along with advice for Lilundu's care. In a few days, Daphne's expertise and the lodge owner's care transformed the youngster. She began to thrive. writer Charles Siebert and photographer Michael Nichols explore Daphne's orphan elephant rehabilitation center, the Nairobi nursery of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. "Elephants are very human animals, " Daphne says. "Their emotions are exactly the same as ours, right down to the post-traumatic stress they suffer." I now understand why the little elephant under the red blanket was so possessive of the man who had rescued her. Lilundu eventually accepted me too, but on her own terms, and allowed me to accompany her on long walks—just the two of us along the Zambezi River.
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