Can I have a telephone conversation? Elephant slaps the girl in the face while she tries to take his picture in Zambia
- Video shows a woman who is hit in the face by an African elephant in Zambia
- The elephant initially calmly drove to the group of American tourists
- The beast then beats the woman after she gets out of her phone to take photos
This is the moment when an American tourist is hit in the face by the trunk of an African elephant.
A group of American tourists in Zambia had a good and personal experience with the majestic animal.
Video shows the elephant, who is behind a small barrier, reaching out with his trunk to come into contact with the group.
Video material shows a woman who is hit in the face by an African elephant in Zambia
It slowly moves its tribe along the line while the young tourists stroke the tribe of the big beast.
One woman then cheerfully sees a snapshot of the unforgettable vacation moment.
Anyway, she didn't know the elephant was getting ready for a cruel attack.
It slowly pulls its torso back to its body, before a rapid fire shower releases on the camera-waving woman's face.
In the beginning the elephant rode quietly to the group of American tourists and let them hit the tribe
The power of the power of the trunk is clear when the woman is sent with great force into the arms of a man standing behind her.
The video then shows how the elephant reaches out with its trunk to try to pick up the phone and shouts from a spectator.
The group laughs and enjoys the unique experience, not knowing what would come
The elephant pulls back its coffin ready to deliver a cruel blow to the camera-holding tourist
The phone is picked up by the person who takes the video and calls on enlightenment from the spectator who seemed to care more about the phone than the woman who was touched.
The footage ends with a front shot of the elephant and its mighty tusks, trunk and ears.
The average African elephant is between two and a half and four meters high and weighs between two and six tons.
The footage ends on the front of the elephant and its tusks and ears
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