Elephant Attacks Car - 27 October 2012 - Latest Sightings
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Please remember they are a wild animal and they require respect, otherwise you can be in great danger.
This is unbelievable footage of a young angry and agressive teenage bull elephant getting angry at a car and attacks it, actually hitting the car. After the recent footage of the elephant that turned over a car, these elephants are really getting aggressive. Let's hope it stops.
Sighting was filmed south of Skukuza in the Kruger National Park in South Africa
Video by: Bbraham1
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Elephant bull in musth (mock) charges our Landcruiser. We had driven into a circular viewing spot when this young adult bull appeared out of nowhere. I had a big mudhole behind the car and could not retreat. When the film starts the bull had just mock-charged the tourist vehicle. This park has had many issues with young bulls, even overthrowing cars. In the end of the slomo you can see one tusk is almost inside the car. Although we didn't know if the bull meant harm, it was pretty scary with adrenaline coming out of our ears. Pilanesberg NP in South Africa. What happens when this Mother Goose and her babies come upon a powerful waterfall. * Jukin Media Verified * Find this video and others like it by visiting For licensing permission to use, please email licensing(at)jukinmedia(dot)com. This little feel-good rescue story will definitely tug on your heartstrings…. Kruger accommodation specials here: Latestsightings was given the account of events by Designer, Chris Tote (39): “I had been watching two lionesses with 6 small cubs lazing about in the Sabie Riverbed for about half an hour. In the distance, I could see two herds of elephants on either side of the river, and I thought if I wait long enough the one herd is more than likely going to walk right to where these lions are and from there, anything could happen. Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: Sure enough, about an hour later this herd of around twenty elephants suddenly started trumpeting and charging as soon as they realized that they were amongst lions. The two lionesses shot up the river bank and onto the road and all they could do was anxiously watch in the hopes that their cubs would be alright. After what seemed like an age, the elephants finally moved through the area and the lionesses were able to head back down in search for the six cubs. They were scattered everywhere and it took close to half an hour before they finally emerged at the roadside. At this point there were a lot of cars around and crossing the road was a scary prospect for the cubs. One by one they plucked up the courage and made it across and into the surrounding bushveld. All but one that is. The tiny cub cried out for its mom with all its might but there were so many cars around with engines running that there is no way she would have heard it. At some point one of the lionesses must have realized there was one cub missing and around twenty minutes later suddenly appeared in the road and ran quickly down to the river bed to find the missing cub that had now hidden away, hoping for mom to return. Five minutes later she appeared carrying the little cub in her mouth and off they went to reunite with the rest of the pride and cubs. It was naturally very tense knowing that the cubs were in amongst the elephants, and then expectations were high after they moved off that all would be found ok. It was amazing to see how wide an area they had each ran off to and how long it took the lionesses to find them all. A very happy scene when they all appeared from the river bed and onto the road, and then tense again when the one cub was left behind but luckily there was a very happy lioness reunited with her young babies. To license the footage: Contact@LatestSightings Get some of our exclusive specials at the Kruger National Park (Free nights): Snapchat: LatestSightings Twitter & Instagram: @LatestKruger For live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: Subscribe to us on YouTube.