Watch as a little baby Sumatran elephant, now four months old, learns to imitate her mother's behavior and grab at grass and plants with her little bitty trunk. This baby elephant was born to the Sumatran elephant Flying Squad, a group of four trained adult elephants and eight handlers who are helping to reduce human-elephant conflict in Indonesia’s Tesso Nilo National Park.

Elephant deaths, often by poisoning, have been common in the area as increased development and decreased habitat have sent some wild elephants into human communities to forage for food. The Flying Squad works to help peacefully move elephants back into the wild and away from human settlements. Only four babies have been born to the squad since its founding in 2004, and this is one of them.