A game reserve owner in South Africa experienced the real meaning of the phrase "an elephant in the room" when a lost baby wandered into her house after becoming separated from its herd.
Luckily for the cute youngster, who had walked 30 miles on its own before reaching the front door in Zululand, South Africa, she'd actually arrived at the house of kindly game reserve owner, Francoise Maldy Anthony.
Mrs Anthony named the elephant Tom, after the chef who found her in the garden, and said she appeared tired and hungry upon her arrival.
According to the Metro, Mrs Anthony said: "We helped her into the living room and just left her free to roam.
"I gave her some milk but was careful to not have too much contact because I didn't want her to be rejected by her herd when we finally got her back."
Mrs Anthony, who has owned the Thula Thula Private Game reserve for 15 years, said she had never experienced anything like it.
According to the Daily Mail, in an even cuter twist, the baby was the calf of an elephant her conservationist husband had rescued several years earlier.
"She was only here for a few hours before we managed to get her back but it was magical."
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