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Elephant at the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve

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The African bush elephant is the largest living terrestrial animal in the world. Their upper lip and nose form a trunk which acts as a fifth limb. The African elephants' trunk ends in two opposing lips were the Asian elephants' trunk ends in one lip.
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Adel Korkor
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Southern Africa
The African bush elephant is the largest living terrestrial animal in the world.  Their upper lip and nose form a trunk which acts as a fifth limb.  The African elephants' trunk ends in two opposing lips were the Asian elephants' trunk ends in one lip.