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Frontal elephant
Characterized by its trunk, its tusks, its big ears and its legs in pillar, the elephant is the biggest terrestrial animal. His imposing ears have several functions: they allow him to have a better hearing but can also dissuade eventual opponents and have the capacity to regulate his body temperature. Their backs are furrowed with blood vessels that, agitated, can reduce his temperature.
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