On their journey to Botswana, South African truckers discovered a baby elephant. A herd left the three-week-old baby elephant behind.
According to The Good Guy Things, the young elephant was discovered by three South African truck drivers who were traveling from Johannesburg to Nata, Botswana. They were Carlos Santos, Johan Groenewald, and Pieter Roussow.
When the truckers were forced to stop 100 kilometers from Nata because a bridge had washed away as a result of the region’s high rains, they came upon the elephant. Approximately 900 kilometers from Johannesburg is the settlement of Nata, which is situated in the “Central District of Botswananorthern “‘s region.
The drivers attempted to find the herd while giving the baby elephant water because he appeared dehydrated. The small guy is thought to have been left behind by his herd.