Ant and elephant are known as the animals that go marching in a file. Watching this clip, you may be surprised because the lovely mouse family marches in a single file.
There are many children in this family and they are marching one by one, his mother is the leader. The family members always follow each other in a single line when they want to forage for food in a house. The funny clip was recorded in Kollam, Kerala, India.
The mommy mother leads the line and her babies line up behind her holding each other’s tails and march together. The special thing is that the house owner is not afraid of the mice, he even allow them to live in his house. One time, his friend came to visit him and realized the lovely mice in the garden, he decided to recorded the scene
So why do elephants and some species of animals hold each other's tails when they are walking in a line?
Elephant are remarkable creatures, known for their high intelligence. They exhibit behavior that not only show the physical intellect but emotional as well. The way they grieve, protective of their family, reflexes, their sense and perception. They are the most alive animal on earth.
Elephants are very cultured, with strong bond and norms. They move in a herd, family groups with leader and members. They travel together walking in single file. Family is ruled and led by matriarch (elder female), followed by the rest of the females and their young.
They protect their own and has sharp reflexes. They are unified and move in a file, that is, other's tails with their trunks when they are walking in a line; for protection and are proactive to any danger they sense.
The lovely mouse family marches in a single file may surprise you.
There are many children in this family and they are marching one by one
The funny clip was recorded in Kollam, Kerala, India.
The smart animals always find the best way to find food and protect other members in their family.
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