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Trampled on Safari

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Don spots a group of elephants at the waters edge.  He leaves the safety of the houseboat to get a close up.  The presence of young bulls makes it highly dangerous, but he believes he has a connection with these giants.  But the elephants seem to accept Dons presence and after taking plenty of photos, he returns to the boat.

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American Tom Siebel and his family have journeyed to the Serengeti for an African adventure. Eager to experience the wildlife, Tom wakes early and joins a guide for a personalized safari. Fascination turns to fear when an elephant charges toward both the men. In Zimbabwe, Don Hornsby is on a fishing trip with friends. The amateur photographer has no fear about approaching them in the wild. but when he comes face-to-face with an angry bull, his luck finally runs out.

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