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World South Africa: an elephant loads a vehicle during a safari (video)

19:55  01 december  2021
19:55  01 december  2021 Source:   voyage.gentside.com

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Un éléphant (illustration) © provided by Gentside an elephant (illustration)

What happens when humans a little too cheeky lead too close to elephant group ? Not much positive ... This is in any case what have discovered several tourists, who have surely had the fear of their life by seeing an elephant of 4 meters charge their jeep.

The vehicle totally destroyed

This human / elephant meeting took place at the Selati Game Reserve, in South Africa . If it only lasted a few seconds, this "confrontation" probably marked the few tourists, who thought they could approach a flock of wild animals.

caught by one of them, a first video shows us one of the elephants approaching a vehicle and it DIVE DEFENSE , While tourists try to escape as well as wrong.

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In another video, we can see the state of the car after the passage of the animal. Unsurprisingly, this one is in a dirty state: one of the doors is completely fucked , and we can observe big holes on the cabin, which testify to the power of the blows received .

Why did the elephant load?

Depending on the Sun, the facts took place while the level of testosterone of the elephant was high. In the elephant, this periodic state is called the " Musth ", and it can multiply by 60 the testosterone rate of a male individual .

The elephant in question was therefore particularly nervous and took this approach for aggression. Recall all the same as, Mosth or not, it is always preferable to stay away from a wild elephant .

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