Here, Bambi, Mara, Rana, Maia, and Guillermina were all spending time together snacking. You can see the camera pan to Guille, who is eating from her pile of hay. Mara approaches her, seemingly without hesitation, but does take an extra trunkful of hay – stocking up just in case.
Guillermina makes her way to Bambi, who is standing to the side. Guille occasionally tests Bambi to see if she wants to play and she seemed to want to give that a try. Guillermina makes a little noise that generally seems to signal something like, “Aren’t I cute?” which she used to do to her mother often when she was about to do something naughty. As she vocalizes, she backs into Bambi as her colorful way of saying hi and testing to see if Bambi is interested in engaging with her. This is something we’ve seen elephants do many times before and, in this case, it’s a playful thing. Bambi is almost always accepting these moments, which are good for Guille, because it allows her to express the silly, young part of herself.
Once Guillermina notices the 4-wheeler stopped at a distance, we decide to head out to avoid interfering with their meal time. A curious Guille follows along for a moment, before deciding to head back to the others.