Upon arriving at the sanctuary, the baby elephant was understandably nervous. It had been separated from its mother and was unsure of what the future held.
The sanctuary was a new and unfamiliar place, filled with new sights, smells, and sounds. But as the little elephant stepped off the truck, it felt a warm embrace.
Looking up, the baby elephant saw a friendly face staring down at it. It was the face of another elephant, older and wiser, who had been living at the sanctuary for quite some time. The older elephant welcomed the little one with a gentle nudge and a soft trumpet.
As the two elephants got to know each other, the older one showed the baby elephant around the sanctuary. They went on walks, played in the mud, and even took a swim in the nearby river. The older elephant taught the little one about the ways of the sanctuary and helped it to adjust to its new life.
As time went on, the two elephants became inseparable. They spent their days together, exploring and learning from each other. The older elephant had become a mentor to the little one, teaching it how to find food, how to play, and how to socialize with the other elephants in the sanctuary.
Thanks to its new friend, the baby elephant quickly adapted to life at the sanctuary. It no longer felt scared or alone, but instead felt loved and cared for. The two elephants remained close friends for years to come, always there for each other, and always welcoming new arrivals to the sanctuary with open arms (or rather, open trunks).