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Girl teases elephant; what happens next will scare you!

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 29 April 2023, 8:05 IST
Girl teases elephant gets hurt

Never test the patience of an elephant, even if it is tamed. This is a lesson that a girl learned the hard way when she attempted to tease an elephant with a bunch of bananas.

The incident, captured on video and shared on social media, highlights the intelligence of these magnificent creatures and the importance of respecting their boundaries.

In the video, the girl can be seen holding a bunch of bananas and offering one to the elephant. She appears to be teasing the animal, believing that it is tamed and therefore harmless. However, as the video progresses, the elephant's patience wears thin and it pushes the girl with its trunk.


Girl Teases Elephant

This incident serves as a stark reminder that elephants are not to be underestimated, even when they are in captivity or tamed.

Despite being tamed, these animals are still wild at heart and possess a high level of intelligence and emotional complexity. They can become easily agitated if they feel threatened or mistreated.

The video has sparked a strong reaction on social media, with many people expressing their shock and dismay at the girl's behaviour. One Twitter user shared the video with the caption, "Cruelty to the animal for fun. Lack of knowledge on animal behaviour."


Many people have pointed out that the girl's behavior was not only cruel but also dangerous. Elephants are powerful animals and can cause serious harm if they feel threatened or provoked. By teasing the elephant with a banana, the girl put herself in harm's way and endangered the animal's well-being.

It is essential to remember that wild animals, even when tamed, should be treated with respect and caution. Elephants, in particular, are known for their intelligence and emotional depth, and it is our responsibility to ensure that they are treated with the dignity and care they deserve.


First published: 28 April 2023, 14:17 IST