The Kruger National Park in South Africa offers safaris with live elephants, lions, rhinos, leopards and buffalo.
You would think, out those five, the least dangerous would be the elephant, but that wasn't the case for safari guide Johann Lombard and the group he was recently driving through the park (video below).
As the tourists observed a herd of wild African elephants, a couple of the beasts walked towards the vehicle, but stopped.
Suddenly, a female African elephant charged the vehicle and slammed into it, despite the humans yelling, "Easy!" and "Hey!"
Fortunately, no one in the vehicle was hurt and neither was the elephant. notes The Guardian.
Source: The Guardian