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In the video he shared to social media, Schwarzenegger sits in a safari vehicle with several others watching the majestic creature in the middle of the road.

The elephant taps his tusk against the front of the car curiously, to which the guide says "No, no, no, no."

He starts the engine, saying he didn't want the car's paint to get scratched, and the elephant makes its way across the road.

“Is he backing up because of the engine?” a woman asked.

“No, he’s going to charge us,” Schwarzenegger deadpans. Turns out, he was right!

The elephant starts running after the car as it drives off. Unfortunately, the video ends soon after.

Schwarzenegger wrote that he couldn't have written the encounter better if it was for a movie.

"I'm absolutely in awe of these beautiful, strong animals, even though some of us had to change our pants after this," he wrote.

"We need to stop killing them - take a photo, not a shot. Would you rather be able to experience these creatures or a hunk of ivory? I thought so."


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