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Here's a shot from reader Steve49's trip to Kruger National Park in South Africa. "Moments later, the elephant turned on the car- it was following too close," he writes. "No picture of that -- I was going into reverse and so was the other car!"

--Veronique de Turenne

Photo: Steve 49 / Your Scene

 
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HI GOOD FOR THE ELEPHANT THATS WHAT PEOPLE GET FOR GETTING TO CLOSE TO ANIMALS. I UNDERSTAND THAT ELEPHANTS ARE VERY SMART ANYWAY. SMARTER THAN HUMANS MARIA


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