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    Tourists were floating down the Chobe River in Botswana when they saw an elephant eating seaweed.

    A tourist on a safari tour in Botswana captured on video an elephant attacking a boat. The elephant had rushed to the boat and struck its side with its tusks. None of the tourists were harmed, and their boat continued to float down the river, leaving the elephant behind. The animal eventually calmed down and returned to its meal.

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