I was delighted to see video of a newborn baby elephant taking its first steps at the Londolozi Private Game Reserve in South Africa. I know Londolozi well - or rather, I used to back when I still lived in that country. I've seen this elephant behavior before on several occasions. You can read about the event here.
I suggest watching the video in full-screen mode.
Another thing: if you see elephant behavior like that - the tightly clustering females, I mean - get the hell out of their way! They're being very maternal and loving towards the baby . . . and that means they're absolutely deadly to anything and anyone they consider might represent any threat at all. I've personally seen a lion about fifteen feet across and one inch thick in the Kruger National Park. According to the ranger with us, it had probably decided it was going to snack on a little Mtoto (baby elephant) - and Mtoto's mommy had decided it wasn't. Guess who won?