Cassian Baliarsingh

There are hundreds of varieties of animals living in a forest. It is just amazing how they co-exist without causing any harm to each other. As per Indian Forest Service (IFS) Susanta Nanda, animals also communicate with each other and maintain harmony.

To prove his point, IFS shared a video of a tiger making way for a herd of elephants in a jungle and wrote, “This is how animals communicate and maintain harmony… Elephant trumpets on smelling the tiger. The king gives way to the titan herd.”

The video shows a herd of jumbos walking down a forest path. Meanwhile, a tiger happens to pass by and an elephant trumpets as if to give it a signal. Soon, the big cat sits down and waits for the elephant herd to pass. The jumbos also cross the path without causing any harm to the tiger.

Since being posted online, the video has garnered 64.5K views on Twitter with 1613 likes, 239 retweets and 19 quotes.

A user wrote, “Resp. Sir, Amazing! Thanks for kindness and sharing unseen incident and enriching unknown exposure in forest. Pls keep it up same spirit and zeal to share more unseen real picture and give education to interested common citizens.”

“If Tigers are the Kings then Elephants are the Gods of the forest,” wrote another user.

A third user wrote, “I loved the way how big cat slid and gave respect to mammoth.”