A Remote Controlled Car Couldn’t Fully Protect This Photographer
Graeme Purdy is a successful wildlife photographer who’s safely photographs the wild. For the most part. He hooks up his camera to a remote-controlled car and follows dangerous wildlife around. Most of the time, they don’t care about his car, but sometimes, they’ll try and attack. When he was photographing a buffalo stampede, not only did the buffalo trample his remote-controlled car, but they also charged at his regular car. They’re the most dangerous animals in the savannah, and most people know one person who a buffalo killed. He said, “the buffalo is grumpy,” Purdy said. “They’ll attack lions. They’ll attack cheetahs, and they’ll attack leopards. These are grass-eating animals. They’re not going to eat them. They’re just really grumpy.” They also “charged my camera regularly. You couldn’t get too close with the vehicle because they charge vehicles from time to time” (Insider).