It came after Isaac and 20 other people on the trip were told by a park employee that they were allowed to pet two cheetahs that were believed to be friendly. Isaac is pictured above petting the big cat The teen only suffered scratches to his back and torso during the attack, and even bought a cheetah -themed shirt following the tour. It was horrible, it was really scary. The safari park offered the family a full refund for their day out after the incident. The incredible moment a vulture chases… The safari park website offers a chance to get up close and personal with the predators, but it does state the trips depend daily on the mood of the big cats. It states:
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After a quick retreats the massive female comes back through the bush on its third and most aggressive charge Showing its intentions this time, a female elephant with two babies aggressively stomps across from the right side of the side fearing its route to the rest of the herd is cut off Fed up with the safari truck, two elephants approach from behind with a third nearby and show their frustration at being disturbed A powerful elephant trunk pushes in close to the humans and could easily snatch one out 'Then we had a third charge by the same elephant and it got so close with its trunk coming out towards us and I cannot tell you how terrified we were but Gert just said: One of the tusked mammals gets eyeball to eyeball with the terrified tourists, standing as close as a few feet away A few of the irrate elephants see off the safari truck as the driver starts its engine and retreats The terrified group later posed in front of their safari truck. Trent Holmes centre in blue shirt hangs from the side of the modified pickup truck Safari ranger Gert Kruger who was the guide for the TV crew tourists 'was calm and telling us just to relax and to keep quiet' 'The noise of the trumpeting and ears flaring as they charged us is with me forever' said Mr Holmes from Sydney, Australia. Mr Holmes said: Elephants can weigh up to kg's and stand up to 11 feet tall and have been known to destroy cars and safari vehicles when angered and kill up to roughly people a year worldwide.
Angry South African elephants seen charging terrified British and Australian safari tourists
The group of European and Japanese tourists were driving through the African bush when the safari guide behind the wheel points out the tusker on the right of the vehicle. As he is seen recording it on a cell phone and iPad the elephant suddenly flares its ears up and then flattens them and begins to charge as the guide shouts to try and deter it. The terrified woman filming the footage loses a few moments of footage as she turns away and when she resumes filming the elephant the driver is gone but the attack continues.
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