The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is the largest land mammal in the world and one of nature’s great ecosystem engineers, being a major contributor to maintaining the balance between wooded and grass ecosystems.
Their beneficial impact on biodiversity in large unfenced ecosystems and their potentially negative impact on same in fenced environments, making them a key species in Africa.
Here are 17 facts about African elephants that you need to know:
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