“Surprise Guest: Bull Elephant Photobombs Tourists in Epic Fashion!”

Coming home to find out that your favorite holiday photos have been ruined by an annoying photobomber is quite frustrating. However, for five women who recently visited Imire: Rhino and Wildlife Conservation in Zimbabwe, a seven-ton bull elephant unexpectedly joined their photoshoot and stole the limelight. Lisa Marie Winther from Norway, Deb Sulzberger from Australia, and Sarah Daly, Jane Burnett, and Nicky Walker from the UK were all unaware of the attention-seeking elephant creeping behind them as they captured their memories at the end of a volunteering program at the reserve.

Oh dear, Lisa Marie Wither from Norway, Deb Sulzberger from Australia, Sarah Daly from Scotland, Jane Burnet from England, and Nicky Walker from England were completely unaware of the enormous bull elephant looming over them as they snapped photos at Imire: Rhino and Wildlife Conservation in Zimbabwe. And then, in an attempt not to be outdone by her friends, a second elephant crept up for a piece of the action.

Kuvan kuvausta ei ole saatavilla.

One of the volunteer’s, Marcus Söderlünd who is 24 years old, took a photo of the women posing with some of the elephant handlers. During their photoshoot, one of the handlers named Makavhuzi brought an elephant up behind the women as a surprise.

Social elephants: After a while, another elephant arrived to join in on the fun and excitement. These elephants are clearly social creatures.

Listen up: A photo was taken by Marcus Söderlund, a fellow volunteer who captured the moment when the women posed with some elephant handlers. When the handlers noticed Marcus, they turned around and reacted with laughter, surprised expressions, and smiles. It’s like having a big brother watching over you. The women, Jane from Bristol, Nicky from London, and Sarah from Troon, South Ayrshire, were joined by Lisa Marie Wither from Oslo, Norway, and Deb Sultzberger from Tasmania, Australia, all volunteering together. Marcus is an industrial worker from Sweden who is currently working and traveling in New Zealand.

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