Giant Elephant Photobombs Oblivious Tourists in Africa


While taking a quick break on an animal preservation trip at Imire: Rhino and Wildlife Conservation in Zimbabwe, 24-year-old Marcus Sderlund managed to capture this incredible image of an elephant photobombing his fellow volunteers. The seven-tonne bull elephant snuck up right behind the international group of women–Lisa Marie Winther (Norway), Deb Sulzberger (Australia), Sarah Daly (Scotland), Jane Burnett (England), and Nicky Walker (England)–completely unbeknownst to them. Sderlund says, “Eventually they noticed his presence and turned around and reacted with laughs, surprised looks and smiles.”

via [GMA, Daily Mail]



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