We weren't even there and we were cheering, too!
And it sure seems like no one was complaining of the choice of Ben for Batman then!
Check it all out in the video (above) !!!
When it comes to selfies, Kim Kardashian is queen.
There is no denying that she has worked out the perfect angles and perfect facial expressions to maximize her selfie's selfieness.
When taking a good selfie, other than nailing that perfect high angle, you need to stay away from too much pout — and if you can include a cool or unique object or thing in the background, all the better.
So when Kim met an elephant while vacationing in Thailand, she knew
This sounds like a story from the Brothers Grimm!
A rampaging male elephant ran in and destroyed a house in a West Bengal village while the family was eating dinner!
But what’s crazy is that
Such a good cause!
Miranda Kerr is a total nature lover, and she wanted to give back to the world by helping one of the largest animals walking.
So, the 30-year-old supermodel pulled out her checkbook and wrote a note for $100,000 to
Elephants are such awesome, majestic, and adorable creatures!
Which is why we're totally NOT surprised by this news AT ALL!
Didn't these scientists see the movie Dumbo?! LOLz!
Recent studies by scientists are showing
This is seriously one of the cutest videos to ever land on the internet.
Just like how human babies need to learn how to walk and use their hands, baby elephants need to learn the same thing.
Except they have to learn how to use their trunks!
It's like this cute baby is just now realizing their nose is this super awesome thing they can use!!
She looks like she's just having an absolute blast waving it around in the grass, realizing she can scoop plants into her mouth.
We'd give anything just to be able to hang out with this little cutie in her Tesso Nilo National Park home in Sumatra, western Indonesia!
Wanna see more extreme cuteness??
Then check out the video AFTER THE JUMP!!
At the Kruger National Park in South Africa, an angry elephant attacked and overturned the car of two tourists!
One of the tourists, Sarah Brooks, a British school teacher, was stabbed in the thigh when one of the elephant's tusks pierced the car.
Sarah and a man believed to be her partner were driving through the safari park, following the elephant until it suddenly turned on them.
It quickly attacked them, pushing then flipping their car.
Luckily, the attack was concentrated mostly on the rear of the vehicle.
The general manager at Kruger National Park said:
"Of course they were totally frightened but also thankful that they were alive. The car is a wreck, if I may put it that way. I mean it was completely flattened but fortunately the elephant concentrated on the back of the car, that's why we still have our guests alive now as I speak."
That must've been terrifying!! At least Sarah was okay after being treated for her injury.
Sadly, the elephant was shot and killed because he was just too aggressive to safely live at the park.
We're glad the people are okay, but so sad a beautiful creature had to be put down.
Check out the video (above) to see the attack in action!!