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Biker Begs for Life After A Herd of Elephants Corner Him





An unidentified biker was seen begging for his life after a herd of wild elephants cornered him at Khao Yai National Park.

In the video below, a man was spotted attempting to drive past a herd of elephants. The largest, believed to be the matriarch, suddenly charged at him prompting the rest of the herd to do the same.

Surprisingly, the biker just stood next to his bike and bowed to the elephants as a sign of respect.

It is believed that the elephants were agitated by the sound of the motorbike driving them to charge at the man in order to protect their youngs.


Photo credit: CEN via Mirror UK

Luckily, the man escaped the dangerous encounter unharmed and without the need for intervention.

Because of the incident, Khao Yai National Park changed its closing time from 9pm to 6pm in an attempt to reduce encounters between humans and elephants.

Past reports tell us about several elephant attacks at the park. Just last year, an elephant stomped a Vios car, while a sexually aroused elephant dry-humped a Mercedes.

Meanwhile, a report by Thai Visa revealed that motorcycle enthusiasts will have a meeting with Khao Yai National Park to discuss ways to prevent loud vehicles from disturbing wild animals.

Watch the video below.

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