We often speak of "pink elephants" in regard to what an alcoholic may "see" during his more inebriated moments. Nevertheless, some baby elephants are, indeed, born pink, although they lose that color as they grow.
A game guide in South Africa had the fun of encountering a mother elephant and her pink baby at a local river. She videoed the scene. The elephants are used to tourists and their vehicles, so they're completely unfazed by their presence.
Note the other two elephants in the water with the mother and baby. They're standing by to help in case any of the local crocodiles decide that baby elephant is on the menu today. I've seen what happens to crocodiles in such cases . . . it ain't pretty! When six tons of elephant stands on top of a crocodile, the weight wins!