BIZARRE PHOTOS! The Elephant Walk

Here’s what happens when you build a lodge on the traditional migration route of elephants.

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This is a regular occurrence at the Mfuwe Lodge in the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia where the lodge was unwittingly built on the Elephant’s traditional path through to some wild mango trees on the property.
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The herd of a dozen or so elephants walk through the lodge’s reception area at least twice a day for about 4 weeks and then sporadically for about another 3 weeks to feed on the trees.
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No incidents reported to date!
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Here’s what happens when you build a lodge on the traditional migration route of elephants.