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Towards the disappearance of tusks ?
African elephants, male and female, have tusks curved upward to dig and stir the earth. Today, there is a growing number of tuskless elephants. It is unfortunately not a natural adaptation of the animal, but rather a spreading genetic phenomenon following the disappearance of large tusk bearers. Not interesting for poachers, tuskless elephants reproduce more easily and supplant those which have tusks.
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