It’s a Jumbo cuddle puddle.
A herd of wild elephants was seen taking a break to spoon while sleeping during an epic 313-mile journey across China that has enthralled the world.
Adorable new aerial footage shows members of the 15-strong herd taking a well-deserved snooze with their calves near Xiyang Monday after leaving a nature preserve in the southern Yunnan province to migrate north more than a year ago, according to BBC News.
The pooped pachyderms, who are being tracked by 14 government drones, marched roughly 13 miles from the Kunming area on June 2 to their napping site after heavy rain slowed their voyage.
The traveling trunk-swingers were escorted by police as they tromped near Kunming — a city of 8.5 million residents — last week, prompting at least 510 people and over 110 vehicles to block roads in order to guide them to safety, according to China’s Xinhua.
The migrating elephants got a police escort near the