An Elephant With Its Massaging Skills Wins The Internet!

A viral video shows a woman getting a massage from an elephant. Here is a look at how an elephant won the internet with its effortless skills.

Sania Kader

January 19, 2021

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A video of a young woman receiving a body massage from an elephant has lately been taking the internet by storm. In the video shared a woman is seen getting a proper body massage from an elephant, who has been hitting different pressure points to get the massage right. The adorable animal has also been using more than one body part to give a satisfying massage to the lady. A bunch of on-lookers seem to be amazed by its tactic as they can be seen cheering in the background. A bunch of people have been sharing this video vividly as they love to see the understanding that the elephant has.

Here is a look at the ZEE5 video with details related to the elephant’s massage tactics:

Elephants have always had a sweet relationship with humans and their friendly nature has mostly resulted in a variety of viral social media videos. In the video attached above, an elephant can be seen carefully giving a young lady a body massage while it wags its tail and ears. Another lady is making an announcement on the loudspeaker while the massage is completed.

In the first part of the video, the elephant uses its trunk to massage every part of the lady’s body. The lady is seen quite impressed with the gesture and the people in the background can also be heard reacting loudly after seeing the situation unfold. At a certain point in the video, the elephant also uses its hind legs to put more pressure around the lady’s hips during the massage. It is seen picking up its trunk delightfully while it carefully uses its strong leg to give a comforting massage. The elephant also seems happy while pulling off the stint.

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The video has been receiving a mixed reaction from the people as some people are of the stance that the elephant should not be trained for such activities. A few others, on the other hand, have been enjoying the video and its fascinating content. The video was initially posted by a Twitter handle named @amir2371360 and already has 9.7k views.

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