The Elephants that came to dinner | Mfuwe Lodge, Zambia

The Elephants that came to dinner | Mfuwe Lodge, Zambia

Published on Aug 12, 2015

At the Mfuwe Lodge, a five-star lodge in Zambia, an elephant family treats hotel staff and guests to one of the most spectacular wildlife shows you’ll ever see. Though elephants can be violent in the wild, here they climb the stairs of Mfuwe Lodge and grace past reception without bumping a chair. Why the paradox? Wildlife cameraman Nathan Pilcher is on a mission to find out. What he discovers may reveal elephants to be far more intelligent than we could’ve imagined. The elephant family is led by a matriarch named Wonky Tusk and they are on a mission to reach a mango tree and continue to take the same route they have for years.

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