A video of an elephant charging at a group of people on a safari vehicle in South Africa has been shared widely on social media.
Local media report that students on wildlife guides training were touring the Selati Game Reserve on Sunday when the incident happened.
Their training company, EcoTraining, confirmed the events to News24.
“An elephant bull, who was with the breeding herd, mock-charged the vehicle and mock-charged again when they moved forward slowly – the elephant made contact with the vehicle and pushed it off the road.
At that point in the video, people shout “Get out, get out” to the passengers and the animal leaves the scene.
There was damage to vehicle but nobody was injured, the manager of the Selati game reserve said.
BBC /Shakirat Sadiq
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