At a farm in Thailand, a baby elephant became the center of attention after falling into the arms of tourists and demanding a snuggle.
Nampuu – which means ‘fountain’ in Thai – is a lovely active child who lives at Patara Elephant Farm in Chiang Mai’s northern city.
Unwitting tourists are shown shouting with joy when Nampuu crawls on top of them, falls between their arms, and wraps his trunk over their heads.
Little Nampuu is excited to meet and greet the visitors to the elephant farm. Sally, who was present, wished to take him home!
Nampuu, like any other newborn baby, enjoyed biting and chewing… When it’s your leg, the ‘aww’ might turn into a ‘oww!’
Tourists are climbed on top of by Baby Nampuu, who then falls between their arms and wraps his trunk over their heads.
Tourists can join the ‘Elephant Owner of the Day’ package tour while visiting the farm. The trip gives them the opportunity to learn everything there is to know about elephant care and raising.
During the tour, trainers will demonstrate how to converse with elephants, as well as their health, feeding, bathing, and disposition.
Baby Nampuu is always observed by his mother Ploy, according to the farm’s Facebook page, in case he turns unruly during playtime with tourists.
When it was time to nurse her baby son, she beckoned him with a rumbling sound.
Tourists can participate in a ‘Elephant Owner for the Day’ package trip while visiting the farm. Nothing beats caressing a young elephant – though they’re not as soft as you would assume!
If baby Nampuu grows unruly while playing with tourists, his mother Ploy is always nearby, according to the farm’s Facebook page.