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Herd of seven elephants leave guards stunned as they march into a residential compound in India

Security, we have a big problem! Moment a herd of seven elephants leave guards stunned as they march into a residential compound in India

  • Herd of seven elephants wandered between houses in Coimbatore, India
  • Security guards monitoring CCTV were shocked when they saw the animals
  • Herd later stormed a banana plantation and damaged crop, local media reported

This is the incredible moment a herd of seven elephants stun guards and residents when they wander between houses in the middle of the night. 

Security guards monitoring CCTV were shocked when they saw the wild animals strolling into the residential compound in Coimbatore, India. 

The elephants can be seen casually marching down a dirt path between houses and gardens. 

The elephants can be seen casually walking down a dirt path between houses and gardens in Coimbatore, India

They tear a few branches from trees and toss them into the road and inspect a residents back garden as they wander through the village

They tear a few branches from trees and toss them into the road and inspect a residents back garden as they wander through the village

They tear a few branches from trees and toss them into the road and inspect a residents back garden as they wander through the village

They tear a few branches from trees and toss them into the road and inspect a residents back garden as they wander through the village.

But the herd appear to be just passing through and later wander off back they way that they came. 

Residents were reportedly stunned by the elephants after they strolled through their street.

And later the elephants reportedly stormed a banana plantation and damaged crop, according to local media. 

People have complained against the threat to their lives as the wild elephants frequently wander through the residential area, local media reported. 

But the herd appear to be just passing through and later wander off back they way that they came

But the herd appear to be just passing through and later wander off back they way that they came

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