African elephant

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Synonyms for African elephant

an elephant native to Africa having enormous flapping ears and ivory tusks

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Unfortunately, wild populations of African elephants have been decimated by decades of poaching and conflict.
The organisation campaigns for a continued moratorium on any consideration of future international trade for a minimum of 10 years and thereafter until African elephant populations are no longer threatened.
The researchers have found that the African elephant and blue whale have similarly shaped hearts.
African elephants are a threatened species - one step below endangered - under the U.S.
WASHINGTON u President Donald Trump said Friday that heEs delaying a new policy allowing the body parts of African elephants shot for sport to be imported until he can review "all conservation facts."
"I recommend the IUCN African Elephant Specialist Group, which maintains the African elephant database.
Meanwhile, across the Atlantic, the European commission announced in July that it opposes a total ban on the global ivory trade, instead endorsing sustainable management of African elephant populations in Zimbabwe, Namibia, South Africa, and Botswana, where elephant populations are growing.
The bottle, which features sleek new curves and design elements, including the shape of an African elephant etched into the glass, will be available in several sizes.
Then have students analyze the two graphs related to the ivory trade and the declining African elephant population (p.
The African elephant is the largest land animal on Earth.
There are two main types of elephants: the Asian elephant and the African Elephant.
This undated photo provided by Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) shows African elephant Iringa at the ARK 2000 captive wildlife sanctuary in San Andreas, Calif.
Demand in China for African elephant ivory drives illegal poaching and could push the creatures into extinction.
African elephant but on national security, regional security, economies and livelihoods."
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