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- An elephant’s trunk, a union of the nose and upper lip, is a highly sensitive organ with more than 40,000 muscles.
- African elephants have large ears shaped like the continent of Africa. Both males and females have visible tusks.
- An elephant’s skin can be up to one inch thick on some parts of its body, yet it is so sensitive it can feel a landing fly.
- Elephants communicate with each other through low, resounding calls that can be heard up to 5 miles away.