This Rare Elephant Sighting Had An Unexpected Twist

When a group of tourists signed up for their day-long safari ride, they were ecstatic to see the jungle dwellers right in front of their eyes. Safari rides give visitors the chance to see rare animals in their natural habitat. Big cats, monkeys, and even elephants showed up to surprise the onlookers, but one surprise was bigger than they ever imagined...

Botswana's Chobe National Park

Known for its impressive collection of elephants, Chobe Nation Park is located in the country of Botswana. It spans over 11,700 square miles and houses hundreds of elephants. Opened in 1968, this national park has become a must-see tourist destination for anyone visiting, as well as a hot spot for locals to see natural wonders up close and personal. Over 170,000 people visit every year, and this family didn't expect any different of an experience...


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The More You Know

  • M&M stands for Mars and Murrie.
  • Tennis was originally played with bare hands.
  • Beavers have transparent eyelids so they can see underwater.
  • A U.S. park ranger named Roy C. Sullivan held the record for being struck by lightning the most times, having been struck — and surviving — seven times between 1942 and 1977.
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