This Rare Elephant Sighting Had An Unexpected Twist

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Triumphant Trumpet

The elephant, upon seeing the many incoming tourists, trumpeted its nose very loudly. The people clapped in approval, as this was pretty much what they had expected to see. If they had done their research beforehand though, they might have known that a trumpeting elephant is not something to be awed at, but something to be feared. This elephant was about to do something big...

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Mother and Child

To their surprise, a moment later the mother brought someone else to the trail. Her young elephant baby was shuffled out in front of her while they crossed the tourists. The onlookers were amazed and awestruck by this beautiful display of wildlife parenting. Cameras flashed and the people shushed, but that was enough to make this mother take a second look their way...

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