Smelling the sweet food, the elephants took out their tusks and began to enjoy it.
Giant elephants roamed the Nakhon savannah in northern Thailand. After smelling their favorite sweet food, the elephants took out their tusks and began to enjoy it.
Sunisa Champagner captured a ‘really funny’ moment as the giants enjoyed their tea until the green light came on.
Champagner says he’s seen elephants transported before, but it’s a coincidence that the car pulled up next to a food truck and they started using the opportunity.
The two elephants approached almost simultaneously as they both seemed to have the same idea. The elephants came to the car, and you were driving a car with sugar cane.
Passing cars were horrified to see these elephants stealing the contents of the car. When the traffic light turned green, they grabbed spare parts and drove to their car.
There are between 3,000 and 4,000 elephants in Thailand. About half live in the wild in national parks, while the rest are domesticated.