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Elephants at Hapoor Dam in Addo Elephant Park
South Africa
Large African Elephants at Hapoor Dam in Addo Elephant Park. Elephants are of course the largest land mammals on earth, weighing up to several metric tons, and eat 16 hours a day to stay healthy!
Addo Elephant National Park is a big 7 game park, world famous for its dense population of African Elephant.

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Copyright: John gore
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Uploaded: 12/02/2010
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Tags: addo; addo elephant national park; elephant; safari; south africa
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