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The destructive passage of elephants
The damages caused by the elephants in the savannah are impressive. They are indeed able to uproot whole trees just to collect some roots. Feeding occupying them sixteen hours a day, their passage is devastating. Moreover their inefficient digestion - they only assimilate 45% of the nutrients against 65% in most ruminants - forces them to consume more.
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