The Kenya Wildlife Service, which conserves and manages the diverse wildlife of the East African nation, tweeted that yesterday morning (June 7) an extremely rare and special birth happened in Aberdare National Park.

Twin baby elephants were safely introduced to the world, bringing the total number of known living sets of elephant twins in the country to two, after another pair of calves were born on January 20 in the Samburu National Reserve.

Only 1% of all elephant births result in twins.