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Udawalawe National Park

Sri Lankan elephant (Elephas maximus maximus) in Udawalawe National Park, on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces, in Sri Lanka. ( Nano Calvo via AP Images )

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17139669642474
Udawalawe National Park

Painted storks (Mycteria leucocephala) in the water. Udawalawe National Park, on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces, in Sri Lanka. ( Nano Calvo via AP Images )

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17139669076969
Udawalawe National Park

Sri Lankan elephant (Elephas maximus maximus) in Udawalawe National Park, on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces, in Sri Lanka. ( Nano Calvo via AP Images )

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17139664866193
Toque macaque in Sri Lanka

Toque macaque (Macaca sinica) in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka ( Nano Calvo via AP Images )

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17139664913885
Udawalawe National Park

Sri Lankan elephant (Elephas maximus maximus) and safari jeep in Udawalawe National Park, on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces, in Sri Lanka. ( Nano Calvo via AP Images )

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17107464005591
SHA-17-0013

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107462135255
SHA-17-0024

Gelden Island, Svalbard (Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107462498847
SHA-17-0060

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107463815110
SHA-17-0041

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107463813563
SHA-17-0020

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107463113454
SHA-17-0011

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107463132445
SHA-17-0079

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107464007793
SHA-17-0059

Fossa (Cryptoprocta ferox) photographed in Berenty, Madagascar (Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107461734888
SHA-17-0100

Indri mother and young photographed in Akanin'ny Nofy, Madagascar. (Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107461564249
SHA-17-0081

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107462492551
SHA-17-0040

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107461495903
SHA-17-0202

(Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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17107461745419
SHA-17-0017

African bush elephants are the largest living terrestrial animals, being up to 3.96 m (13.0 ft) tall at the shoulders (a male shot in 1974). On average, males are 3.3 metres (10.8 ft) tall at the shoulders and 5.5 tonnes (12,130 lb) in weight, while females are much smaller at 2.8 metres (9.2 ft) tall and 3.7 tonnes (8,160 lb) in weight. The most characteristic features of African elephants are their very large ears, which they use to radiate excess heat, and their trunk, an extension of the upper lip and nose with two opposing extensions at its end, different from the Asian elephant, which only has one. The trunk is used for communication and handling objects and food. African elephants also have bigger tusks, large modified incisors that grow throughout an elephant's lifetime. They occur in both males and females and are used in fights and for marking, feeding, and digging. (Shannon Benson / VWPics via AP Images)

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