AUSTRALIA -- Just like humans, animals can have a little trouble staying on their feet when they are young.
And if you need proof, look no further than an Asian elephant at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Australia.
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The calf does alright at first but perhaps trying to negotiate the mud wasn't such a good idea.
The elephant starts sliding and then loses its footing.
That definitely won't be a problem when it gets a little bigger.