Video Showing Mens Close Call With Elephant Herd While Taking Selfies Leaves Internet Furious

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Publish Date : 2022-08-08


Video Showing Mens Close Call With Elephant Herd While Taking Selfies Leaves Internet Furious

Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:

Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were seen scuttling away as the wild tuskers suddenly picked up the pace, appearing to almost charge towards them before continuing on their way to other side of the road. Watch the video below:Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Saturday shared a shocking video showing a group of people attempting to take selfies with a herd of elephants. In the short clip, people can be seen stopping their vehicles dangerously close to the wild elephants as they were trying to cross the road. The video opened to show two men taking selfies with the herd of elephants. However, moments later they were



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