A group of tourists apparently had no idea what they were missing as they posed for the camera at a wildlife center in Zimbabwe.
Marcus Soderlund, a fellow tourist, captured the epic photobomb by a bull elephant at the Imire Rhino & Wildlife Conservation center in Wezda, Zimbabwe, ABC News reported.
While the tourists were posing for the cameras, a handler got an elephant named Makavhuzi to go up behind them.
"Eventually they noticed his presence and turned around and reacted with laughs, surprised looks and smiles," said Soderlund, who could not be reached by ABCNews.com.
The wildlife center offers guests a chance to "get hands on experience in our rhino breeding program and elephant interaction initiatives," according to the center's website .