Check out the video of the angry elephant.
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The elephant is often portrayed as a lovable giant, and domesticated by trainers and zookeepers can be quite peaceful. But, if this animal gets upset, it can be too violent.
Recently, A huge wild elephant destroyed many cars into a Chinese town after it failed to find a female to mate.
A wild elephant, rejected by his herd by another male, was forced to wander the streets of Meng’a Town in southwest China’s Yunnan Province and destroyed almost 10 vehicles.
The lost animal was filmed by a drone used by the local forestry station personnel, recording the Asian elephant’s visit.
People and cars were moved out of his path and the forestry station staff tried to guide him back towards the forest but unfortunately failed.
The local police and firefighters had to step in and the mammal has led away to safety after 30 minutes.
According to CCTV and Yunnan Radio and Television Station, no one was injured in the incident.
Eventually, it took more than 20 local forestry station officers, firefighters, and police officers more than half an hour to coax the Asian elephant out of the town and back into the forest.
Public workers evacuated pedestrians and cars along with his path and tried to guide the elephant towards the forest, but failed. Eventually, they contacted local police and firefighters, who managed to lead the animal away to safety. He was feeling down because another male elephant in his herd kept forcing him away.
The Asian elephant, a first-class protected wild animal in China, is the largest living land animal in Asia and is found only in Yunnan Province.
Officials have warned members of the public to keep a safe distance and evacuate the area if they encounter similar circumstances.
According to the provincial forestry bureau cited by Xinhua, wild elephants have caused 32 deaths and 159 injuries from 2011 to 2017.
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