Elephant Climbs Tree

This picture captures the incredible moment a giant African elephant steps out into a tree branch. And hes clearly no nervous nelly – the bark-breaking beast takes steps onto a tree to forage for food. The male elephant from South Luangwa National park, Zambia, climbed a giant termite mound to access the delicious fruit in a nearby Tamarind tree. Photographer Bryan Jackson, 61, captured the tree-mendous image during his job as a wildlife guide for Remote Africa Safaris.

This picture captures the incredible moment a giant African elephant steps out into a tree branch. And hes clearly no nervous nelly - the bark-breaking beast takes steps onto a tree to forage for food. The male elephant from South Luangwa National park, Zambia, climbed a giant termite mound to access the delicious fruit in a nearby Tamarind tree. Photographer Bryan Jackson, 61, captured the tree-mendous image during his job as a wildlife guide for Remote Africa Safaris.

This picture captures the incredible moment a giant African elephant steps out into a tree branch. And hes clearly no nervous nelly - the bark-breaking beast takes steps onto a tree to forage for food. The male elephant from South Luangwa National park, Zambia, climbed a giant termite mound to access the delicious fruit in a nearby Tamarind tree. Photographer Bryan Jackson, 61, captured the tree-mendous image during his job as a wildlife guide for Remote Africa Safaris.

This picture captures the incredible moment a giant African elephant steps out into a tree branch. And hes clearly no nervous nelly - the bark-breaking beast takes steps onto a tree to forage for food. The male elephant from South Luangwa National park, Zambia, climbed a giant termite mound to access the delicious fruit in a nearby Tamarind tree. Photographer Bryan Jackson, 61, captured the tree-mendous image during his job as a wildlife guide for Remote Africa Safaris.

This picture captures the incredible moment a giant African elephant steps out into a tree branch. And hes clearly no nervous nelly - the bark-breaking beast takes steps onto a tree to forage for food. The male elephant from South Luangwa National park, Zambia, climbed a giant termite mound to access the delicious fruit in a nearby Tamarind tree. Photographer Bryan Jackson, 61, captured the tree-mendous image during his job as a wildlife guide for Remote Africa Safaris.