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Published: 26.08.2016.
Language: English
Level: Elementary school
Literature: 5 units
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Description
Elephants are the largest living land mammals. 
At birth, an elephant calf may weigh 100 kg.
A lot of ivory comes from elephant tusks.
African elephants have two "fingers" at the end of their trunks, but Asian elephants only have one.
Elephants live in India and Africa .

They can live for about 70 years.
Some African elephants live on the savanna while others live in the forest.
An elephant's most obvious part is the trunk.
An elephant uses its trunk to grab objects such as food.
Though the rest of an elephant's hide is strong and thick, its trunk is very soft and sensitive.

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