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World Courageous guide saves newlyweds from charging elephant

23:46  16 april  2018
23:46  16 april  2018 Source:   bnqt.com

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Two newlyweds are crediting a courageous guide for saving them from a charging bull elephant in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Brett Larson and his wife were spending part of their honeymoon on a hiking safari with two guides last week when they encountered the massive elephant

A New Zealand couple are in awe of two tourist guides who saved them after they came face-to-face with an elephant while on a foot safari in the Kruger National Park in Limpopo. Brett Larson‚ who had been on honeymoon with his new wife‚ said the bull charged at them not once‚ not twice‚ but three

Two newlyweds are crediting a courageous guide for saving them from a charging bull elephant in South Africa's Kruger National Park.

Brett Larson and his wife were spending part of their honeymoon on a hiking safari with two guides last week when they encountered the massive elephant, which seemed intent on establishing dominance.

Larson told Times Live that the elephant charged three times, and that the more experienced guide stopped the charge each time with shouts and a raised hand.

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Dramatic video shows a brave safari guide in South Africa stopping a charging elephant with a wave of his hand. The guide prevented the bull elephant from trampling to death newlyweds Brett Larsen and Lulu Shi in Kruger National Park five days ago

It looked too realistic to be a model.” Courageous guide saves newlyweds from charging elephant . Two newlyweds are crediting a courageous guide for saving them from a charging bull elephant in South Africa's Kruger National Park.Brett Larson and his wife were spending part of their

The accompanying footage shows only the third charge, and the guide ultimately prevailing in a third tense stare-down. During the first charge, Larson said, the elephant skidded to a stop about six feet from the guide.

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"We were told to be very calm and we stood there for about two minutes with the elephant just looking at us," Larson, who had traveled with his new wife from New Zealand, said of the initial encounter. "It was becoming agitated and it suddenly charged at us."

The guide shown in the footage was training the second guide, who along with the honeymooners learned a great deal about the importance of remaining calm when faced with a possible attack.

Said Larson: "We were extremely terrified, but the guides were extremely calm."

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A fearless safari guide stared down a charging bull elephant and saved the lives of a newlywed couple on the last day of their seven-day honeymoon at The Outpost Lodge in Kruger, South Africa.

The man who stops charging seven ton elephants by raising his HAND: Safari guide halts raging beast and saves honeymoon couple in astonishing video Newlyweds face a charging elephant on honeymoon safari in South Africa Brett Larson, 50, and his wife Lulu Shi, 39

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