When a herd of elephants at a watering hole in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, stumbled across a tourist's GoPro camera, they reacted, understandably, like the rest of us would: by rushing over to touch it. One hurried over immediately
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The tourists, a couple named Mike and Marian Myers, had left the camera on a platform to record the animals - not as their personal film camera. But the elephants had a different idea.