Who said, "Animals don't have feelings"? Apparently the complete world. Yes, the entire world that still likes to claim that animals neither could feel (on an emotional level similar to humans) nor express, this is a perfect testament against such belief. Coz, animals like you or I experience an extensive range of emotions and at a base level seek only to be loved.
To prove that animals do have emotions, here we have a clip of a baby elephant who instead of being nourished gets beaten and stomped to death by his own mother.
Tears streaming down this poor calf's eyes will leave you in tears.
This female elephant attempted to stamp her own baby Zhuangzhuang to death shortly after giving birth at a Chinese zoo.
The mother began kicking, stomping and jumping on the baby. She made every effort to kill him.
The whole scenario forced horrified zookeepers to intervene and rescue the baby.
They removed the calf to treat his wounds before returning him back to his mother. As they thought it to be an accidental incident, they reintroduced him back to his mother.
The mother repeated the horrifying attack and began stomping once again. And this time, without any delay, the zookeepers separated the baby Zhuangzhuang from the mother.
Yes, the rejected calf reportedly cried for almost five hours.
The baby wasn't even aware that it was his own birth-giver who tried to kill him. Well, for now, he is making good progress and has been adopted by a keeper.
The tears of the baby got the world wondering if, just maybe, animals feel emotional pain just as sharply as humans do. It turns out, of course, they do. The way animals feel, shed tears, sob and moan are all too real.