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About: Also known as the African savanna elephant, the animal featured in today's new puzzle is the larger of the two species of African elephants. The bush elephant is much larger in height and weight, while the forest elephant has rounder ears and their trunk tends to be more hairy. African bush elephants have long tusks, up to eleven feet in length, which are used to help them adapt to their surroundings. They use their tusks for digging, fighting, marking, and feeding, and can lift objects up to 180 kg. Herds are made up of related females and their young, led by the eldest female, called the matriarch. Adult males usually live alone.
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