Twin baby elephants have been born this week in northern Kenya.
The rare event occurred for the Winds II elephant family at the Samburu National Reserve, Kenya.
The male and female were first spotted by tour guides out on safari at the Samburu reserve at the weekend.
They are only the second set of twin calves ever seen in the area. Elephant twins account for only 1 percent of elephant births, with the last known case recorded in 2006.
The bad news is that twin elephants often have a low rate of survival. Often the mothers do not have enough milk to feed both calves.Check out the cool video below of the twins – just 24hours old.