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Is this the world’s first “elfie”—elepant selfie? Latabe, an African elephant living at the West Midlands Safari Park in England, apparently took a selfie using a visitor’s dropped phone.

Scott Brierley, 23, said he found a photo of African elephant Latabe on his phone after it was returned to him by zoo keepers. He said he was ordered to stay inside his car after his phone fell to the ground while he was taking pictures of the park’s elephant enclosure, reports the BBC.

“I really couldn’t believe when the phone came back, I pressed the centre button to check it was still working and there it was – me and my friend were in shock,” he said.

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Amy Marturana is an NYC-based beauty and health writer, covering all things hair, makeup, skin, fitness, health and nutrition. Previously, she worked as an Editorial Assistant at YouBeauty and an editorial intern at HuffPost Home, covering home decor, DIY and home improvement.