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Offbeat Elephant Drapes Itself Over Passing Car

17:55  04 november  2019
17:55  04 november  2019 Source:   insideedition.com

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Duea the elephant apparently had a bone to pick with a passing car . Stunning pictures show the 34-year-old mammal draping itself across a vehicle full "Don't stop the car to take photos, because that will pose a danger to you and your vehicle," they wrote in part. Park officials suggest visitors stop their

The seven-tonne 34-year-old bull elephant , known as Duea, wagged his tail before lying his front legs across the car in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand, on It’s not just elephants that drivers are being warned to be wary of rhinos, as a keeper at the Serengeti Park safari park in Hodenhagen in northern

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Duea the elephant apparently had a bone to pick with a passing car.

Stunning pictures show the 34-year-old mammal draping itself across a vehicle full of tourists at Khao Yai National Park in Thailand on Tuesday.

Duea is also seen resting his trunk on the back window, completely blocking the driver’s side door. Luckily, no one was hurt and the car only had minor damage, according to the Bangkok Post.

Park staff posted about the incident on Facebook, saying the animal likes to come out and greet park visitors, especially during the transitional period between wet and cold season.

"Don't stop the car to take photos, because that will pose a danger to you and your vehicle," they wrote in  part.

Park officials suggest visitors stop their vehicles at least about 100 feet from an oncoming elephant, keeping the engine on, and backing away.

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