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In a fight between an elephant and a crocodile in Africa, and ended in the both of the creatures are dying. But what shocked onlookers is that the huge animal landed on the top of the world, the spread of the species in the process.

Take a photo of the unusual sight was posted on Kafunta Safaris Facebook page, and it was considered to be a “very strange situation” with the authorities called in to investigate.

“The park authorities were called to investigate the death of an elephant and, eventually, to the removal of the tusks, and they suspect that the elephant was injured and the game was on the next one, and when the elephant collapse while trying to climb up on the bank of the river,” Kafunta wrote on Facebook. “Flattening of the world. It’s very strange. The park authorities have found no trace of the human foul play in relation to the elephant of death.”

(Credit: Kafunta Safaris)

ENORMOUS 30-FOOT CROCODILE HAS TERRORIZED YOU ABOUT 210M YEARS AGO

The incident, which took place in lusaka, Zambia, the South Luangwa National Park, when it was discovered by Kafunta’s guide, Andrew Mwanza, on Oct. 8.

Even though elephants are offset however, by a significant margin, with the dangerous reptiles have been known to attack young of elephants, or people who are sick or injured. In 2010, the National Geographic captured a rare photo of a nile crocodile attack an adult elephant.

(Credit: Kafunta Safaris)

The nile crocodile may reach 16 feet in length and weigh up to 500 pounds.

“From the pictures I’ve seen, the game was a bit of a young person or small adult, and I highly doubt it was trying to be a wounded adult elephant to go down. It seems to be a lot of work for a smaller predator, and it is not in his favor,” Marisa Tellez, a co-founder of the world Research of the Coalition, said in an interview with LiveScience.

(Credit: Kafunta Safaris)

“Of course, you will be always fat people who have more money than they had expected,” Tellez added. “I, too, am curious to know if it is possible for a young woman defending her nest from an elephant and, possibly, trampling to do that.”

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