Activists have argued that the elephant is lonely and should be able to sue under habeus corpus rights.
"I know that baby is still several hundred pounds and could likely flatten me if he wanted to, but he's just too [small] to be scary," one commenter said.
The Asian elephant can be seen pacing around the pool and trumpeting, calling for help, as the antelope struggles to stay afloat.
The twins' birth was witnessed by tourists before they became trapped in a crater of water.
The elephant had been carrying 200 pounds of ivory in its tusks, and was the largest to be hunted in the country since 1996.
The extremely rare twins were first discovered in the Samburu National Reserve in Kenya January and are the first to be born in the area for almost 20 years.
Rob Brandford of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, told Newsweek the mother had been getting "increasingly distressed" as she wasn't able to save the calf.
The driver in the video did something "absolutely insane" and attempted to swerve past the huge animal.
The 2-year-old albino calf was welcomed into the herd after she was rescued from a poacher's snare, abandoned and wounded, with her family nowhere to be seen.
Arinita Sandilya at animal rescue organization Wildlife SOS told Newsweek that keeping elephants on busy roads is "dangerous and reckless."
Ian Redmond, a tropical field biologist and conservationist, told Newsweek wildlife was a keystone to ecosystems around the globe.
The Amboseli Trust for Elephants said both calves, who were born in 2020, had been struggling in recent months.
A teenager has launched a petition to release Shankar the African elephant from the Indian zoo where he's being kept.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority said the angry elephant charged at the victim and killed him on the spot.
The elephant calves, Jazmine and Thorn, died from elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus at the ABQ BioPark in Albuquerque.
Video from Kruger National Park shows the moments just after a baby elephant is born.
The male elephant was with a breeding herd on the Selati Game Reserve in Kruger National Park when the group approached it.
The death of the 71-year-old vet from Cape Town comes days after another fatal encounter with an elephant in Zimbabwe.
Sunyei was hand-raised by head keeper Benjamin. She returned from the wild to visit him eight years later to introduce her calf who was just a few hours old.
The man in Gabon managed to crawl to safety after suffering injuries as locals sound alarm over increase in elephant attacks.
The animal charged at a group of local residents when they confronted it in a forest located outside of their town.
The 15 elephants originally came from the nature reserve in the southwest region of Yunnan, but it's unclear why they began wandering through farmland, villages and even on paved roads in urban areas.
A video has emerged of an elephant skillfully playing cricket with a group of men, and it has divided opinion on Twitter.
One Twitter user suggested raising the elephant as their child and starting a wildly successful Instagram account.
The wild animal had strayed from the nearby Tsavo East National Park when it attacked the man in Makueni, Kenya, on Wednesday.
"It has been established that the area in which the group of tourists were camping is not a designated camping site," Namibia's Ministry of Environment and Tourism said in a statement alongside news of the death.
The homemade explosives have become the leading cause of death for elephants in Sri Lanka, where hundreds of the endangered animals are killed each year.