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African elephant suckling on sibling's trunk. Status: Vulnerable. The skull of the African elephant is huge, making up 25% of its body weight. African elephants grow throughout their lives, but the rate slows after sexual maturity. The upper lip and nose of the African elephant are extended to form the trunk. African elephants use sounds well below the range of human hearing to communicate over long distances.

African elephant suckling on sibling's trunk. Status: Vulnerable. The skull of the African elephant is huge, making up 25% of its body weight. African elephants grow throughout their lives, but the rate slows after sexual maturity. The upper lip and nose of the African elephant are extended to form the trunk. African elephants use sounds well below the range of human hearing to communicate over long distances.

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