A family wanted to get up and individual with unique species, so they traveled to Africa– and they could not have gone a lot closer than they did on the Chobe River in Botswana.
The household was on a guided boat tour when they saw a wild elephant leisurely surfing among some floating weeds in the river.
Su-An Marais could not help however movie the exquisite moment: she secured her phone and started recording. That’s when the elephant turned around and stared them down.
While many people are aware that elephants are sophisticated, emotional animals that “never forget,” it’s a lesser-known fact that the monsters, while evaluating several tons, are also quite excellent swimmers– as the Marais family discovered the hard way.
” Although that we were so close to the elephant, he seemed grazing quite silently in the completely flooded waters.” What could possibly fail?” According to Su-An Marais of Latest Sightings. “Even a full-grown elephant couldn’t swim so quickly in deep water, can they?”
The elephant was extremely close to the boat where the camera-wielding people were in a matter of strokes. Although the guide had turned off the engine to avoid disturbing him, the elephant plainly did not enjoy the invasion of his space– and he made it apparent.
The phone footage is jolted as the elephant charges ahead and pushes the boat back in the direction it came from.