Lions, Gorillas, and Elephants Aren?t Always Photogenic on a Safari

Tourists on an African safari learn what happens to animals who don't want to be photographed.
1:15 | 09/02/13

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Finally tonight, with the unofficial end of summer now here, we wondered if your family vacation videos looked anything like this. Abc's nick watt tonight on the safari one family won't soon forget. Reporter: Camera shutters click as the herd approaches. The guide starts shouting because elephants are very short sighted and they can't tell that this is just a deep filled with harmless humans. Easy, easy. Reporter: A new snapshots and then out of no where this rare elephant charge in south africa's kruger national park. They're the largest land animals on earth, weighing up to 14,000 pounds, more than twice the weight of a pick-up truck. A reminder of how a safari can go wrong. They are of course wild animals, elephants. Check out this I rate giraffe and the look on her terrified face. Thankfully this time no one was hurt. They all went home with an incredible safari tale to tell. Nick watt, abc news, los angeles.

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