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Published on October 30th, 2012 | by PSE

Indian Elephant Call for Trumpeting Your Arrival

Indian ele­phants are dis­tin­guished by their small ears (vs. the larger ones of the African ele­phant). Behind them are very soft spots, often called the knuckle, which train­ers and rid­ers steer with their feet. Some will live upwards of 70 years; all are pro­tected by the Endan­gered Species Act due to the ivory trade and decreased nat­ural habitats.

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