Two elephants stopped traffic when they emerged from woodland to cross a road in central Thailand.
The jumbos were seen wandering through the fields in Nakhon Nayok province on Monday afternoon (July 13).
Park rangers were called and tracked the beasts, stopping traffic so they could safely cross the highway and return to the mountainside jungle.
The jumbos continued their journey up hill with the rangers at their tails to ensure they arrived home safely.
Officials said the two animals had been scene several times in recent weeks venturing away from their herd to search for food near homes.