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National Geographic - Our World

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37 Secondary Close-up NEW LEVEL 38 English Explorer 40 Time Zones NEW EDITION 41 Aspire 42 English Insights 43 Reading Adventures 44 Holiday Explorer 45 Gateway to Science 45 The largest land animals on Earth, these magnificent creatures can live up to 70 years old and spend their lives roaming the savannahs in search of food and water holes. Their distinctively long trunk contains 100,000 different muscles and is useful for drinking, smelling, trumpeting and grabbing. FACT Zakouma National Park, Chad | Elephants drink at the last remaining water hole during dry season. Photographer: MICHAEL NICHOLS

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