Friendly elephant Ezulwini take a closer look at safari party

A bull elephant scrapes the side of a vehicle ferrying safari tourists at a South African wildlife sanctuary.

Ezulwini, the elephant between 45 and 50 years old, is a favorite at the Sausage Tree Safari Camp on the Balule Private Nature Reserve.

Eluzwini is known for his love of vehicles and frequently gets close to guests on a safari tour, according to driver Brassett.

The huge elephant ran his tusks down the side of the vehicle during the incident in Mopani, South Africa.

Ezulwini is called a “big tusker” because his tusks are big enough to touch the ground.

The BBC’s 2016 analysis claimed that there were fewer than 30 giant tuskers remaining in the wild.

According to the wildlife park: ‘ Simply put, Ezulwini lives up to his name, which means “from heaven” in the Zulu vernacular.

He’s a wonderful gentle giant who appears to be somewhat drawn to humans, and he seems to take pleasure from being with them.

Ezulwini, like all elephant bulls, has a wide territory and is inclined to wander on his own, although he may sometimes go with younger bulls or follow breeding herds.

‘This migration can stretch for hundreds of kilometers, and some have been tracked on trips of thousands of kilometers lasting years.’

To allow elephants to travel freely throughout the country, some neighboring wildlife reserves in South Africa have been dismantling their barriers.

A bull elephant scrapes the side of a vehicle ferrying safari tourists at a South African wildlife sanctuary.

Ezulwini the elephant, who is between 45 and 50 years old, is a favorite at the Sausage Tree Safari Camp on the Balule Private Nature Reserve.

Eluzwini is known for his love of vehicles and frequently gets close to guests on a safari tour, according to driver Brassett.

The huge elephant ran his tusks down the side of the vehicle during the incident in Mopani, South Africa.

Ezulwini is called a “big tusker” because his tusks are big enough to touch the ground.

The BBC’s 2016 analysis claimed that there were fewer than 30 giant tuskers remaining in the wild.

According to the wildlife park: ‘ Simply put, Ezulwini lives up to his name, which means “from heaven” in the Zulu vernacular.

He’s a wonderful gentle giant who appears to be somewhat drawn to humans, and he seems to take pleasure from being with them.

Ezulwini, like all elephant bulls, has a wide territory and is inclined to wander on his own, although he may sometimes go with younger bulls or follow breeding herds.

‘This migration can stretch for hundreds of kilometers, and some have been tracked on trips of thousands of kilometers lasting years.’

However, Ezulwini’s comfort in the presence of humans means he needs protection from hunters looking to steal his tusks.

The Zalo PC 


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