Naledi, an orphaned baby elephant, has barely eaten anything since her mother passed away. Caregivers at Abu Camp in Botswana go through the frustrating process of getting her to feed from a bottle–sometimes with hilarious results.
Mike: Here you go, Wellie.
Just feed it to her.
Wellie: Much better, thank you.
Mike: Hi girl, hi!
Wellie: Please don''t let me down!
Wellie: We have to be like their mothers.
We have to be with her 24/7.
You know that''s how she''ll end up accepting you as her mother.
Cause she knows that you are the provider.
Mike: You know, we've just got to take it one step at a time.
Bob: That gets her trunk up.
Mike: Come here.
Mike: Okay, alright.
Mike: Alright, shh, shh.
Tell me, what''s wrong with you?
You want to suck my finger?
Oh no, my ear Wellie: I can''t get inside her heart or inside her mind and tell exactly what she''s going through.
Wellie: What they need is the love.